BE813 Lean Daily Management
People involved in Lean for any period of time inevitably discover Lean is always difficult to sustain and adhere to after initial implementation. A Lean culture is one in which Lean methods are being applied every day by every person to eliminate waste and continually improve. Lean success requires focus and discipline over an extended period of time. It also requires vision, leadership, and commitment by management. Finally, it requires a structured process for attaining and sustaining the awareness, attitudes, and skills for Lean success. That process is called Lean Daily Management. This course will give you the tools to launch Lean Daily Management, as well as the logic to sell it and sustain it within your organization.
What you cover
- Building the Lean Daily Management foundation
- Standard Work, Standard Work for Leaders, and Customer Demand
- The concentric circle model
- Ream formation, Visual Displays, and Daily Huddles
- Creating a Continuous Improvement Culture
- Maintaining Momentum
- The Visual Workplace and Gemba Walks
- Toyota Kata and Coaching Methods
How you benefit
- Learn to align team action with organizational objectives
- Focus on daily performance and improvement
- How to use of Team Visual Displays and Daily “Huddles”
- Ways to improve effectiveness of communication on all levels
Discounts may apply, please refer to the registration page for details.
Instructor: Tom Fabrizio
Tom Fabrizio, president and founder of Lean Manufacturing Tools, LLC and a founding member of the Northwest Center for Performance Excellence (NWCPE), has been teaching leadership, team development, and Just-In-Time systems for over 25 years. He received his original Lean training from first-generation experts, including Dr. Shigeo Shingo (co-architect of The Toyota Production System), Hiroyuki Hirano (author and noted JIT expert), Dr. Ryuji Fukuda (member of The Sigma Project in Japan and winner of the Deming Prize), and TPM experts from Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance. Mr. Fabrizio holds an undergraduate engineering degree, a MEd, and a law degree. He has authored several books and training programs about Lean.
Laptop recommended for this class (each in-class work groups will need one person with a laptop)
Applies towards the following certificate(s):