Organizational concepts like 5S and standardized work are key to making the Lean methodology tick. But when these two waste-reducing tools are forced upon employees rather than implemented with their active involvement, Lean efforts have slim survival rates.
This course examines the appropriate way to engage employees in 5S (organizing the physical space) and standardized work (organizing how work is done), so they grasp how these tools can make their work lives easier while improving the company. Participants learn the theoretical foundation of successfully converting wasted time – due to searching for materials or information, or performing needless tasks – into productive time.
The course includes tips, interactive discussion and hands-on activity.
Anyone – from shop floor employees to executives – within any industry who wants to eliminate squandered time
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
November 6, 2019
As a Certified Lean Professional and activity-based cost management expert, Julie helps all types of organizations improve their business performance and profitability. She does so through a variety of means: diagnosing and solving problems, guiding leaders toward specifying and quantifying previously unstated goals and objectives, cultivating the identification of priorities and related metrics, and inspiring clients to see their work with a fresh perspective. Julie’s agility and flexible approach enables her to apply business concepts in a creative way that meets unique customer needs.
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