Lean at many organizations simply means a measure of quality that strives for near perfection by reducing WASTE and thus increase customer satisfaction. Lean is a disciplined approach and methodology for eliminating defects. The fundamental objective of the Lean methodology is the implementation of a measurement-based strategy that focuses on process improvement, WASTE reduction, Customer Satisfaction and Variation Reduction through the application of Lean Six Sigma improvement projects and tools.

Program Outline
  • Introduction to LEAN
  • Difference between LEAN and 6 Sigma
  • LEAN tools
  • Continuous Vs. Continual improvement
  • Different Charts for Data analysis
    • Run charts
    • Pareto charts
    • Control charts
  • Case Studies
  • 6 Sigma Calculation
  • Operational Excellence Model
  • What is Value Stream Mapping
  • Difference between VALUS & WASTE
  • Kinds of Wastes and their impact
  • Current State mapping
  • KPI’s
  • SLA’s and TAT’s
  • 5S
  • Kaizen
  • More tools
    • TAKT Time
    • Continuous Flow
    • Cell Design
    • Line Balancing
    • Visual Control
Objectives/ Outcomes of program

The objective of this program will be to help participants to:

  • Associates (employees) speak the same language
  • Awareness increases about Lean Sigma and its tools
  • Customer Focus
  • Customer converts from satisfaction to delight
  • Reduction in defects
  • Reduction in process variation
  • View Processes as Value Stream (adding value to the process)
  • Profitable growth
Target Audience:
  • Senior Managers/Managers from all functions, Supervisors, Trainers.