APICS Lean Enterprise Workshop
As more organizations decide to go lean, demand is escalating for a skilled team and system-wide approach for developing and implementing lean project plans. This course is designed to equip you with the broad knowledge and tools to map the transformation for developing a lean culture at your organization.
The APICS Lean Enterprise Workshop Series is organized to enable you to approach and understand the lean transformation process systematically. Using scenarios from a fictitious company, Murphy's Toys, you will be tasked with finding lean solutions to a myriad of challenges. This method will provide you with the flexibility to immediately customize what you've learned and implement it at your own organization.
There are seven workshops in the series:
Value Stream Mapping
Stability and Process Improvements
This 28-hour workshop is excellent both for individuals who want to learn about Lean and for companies in any industry looking for education in support of a Lean Transformation effort. It is a good mix between the theoretical, practical, and hands-on, as well as being highly interactive. Participants will receive a certificate of completion from the APICS Association, and the course counts as 28 points towards CPIM or CSCP recertification.
Because of the team exercises in the Lean Workshop, there is a minimum class size of four.
In-house classes can be accomodated. In-house classes during business hours may be possible, depending on class size and other factors.
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Please contact Todd Nadler @ (518) 265-8836 or email@example.com
Customized Lean Enterprise or Lean Six Sigma Education
We are also able to design tailored Lean Enterprise or Lean Six Sigma programs for general eduction, projects, or for full transformation efforts. Anyone interested should contact Todd Nadler (265-8836 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
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