Lean Manufacturing makes obvious what adds value, by reducing everything else (which not adding value) & Lean is about more than just cutting costs in the factory.
Lean hales to improve productivity, reduce manpower cost and improve quality in a single set of tools
Lean manufacturing is both a business improvement philosophy and a collection of well-proven tools to improve your production processes. Lean is about defining value as perceived by the customer, the actual features and services that they expect.
Who Should Attend
Product Engineers and Managers
Quality Engineers and Managers
Suppliers Quality Assurance
Benefits of Attending
Lean Manufacturing is a business improvement philosophy that has developed over many years (as well as a collection of lean manufacturing tools), it is a method to better focus your business on the true needs of the customer to help you prevent waste from being built into your system
Improved Customer Service: delivering exactly what the customer wants when they want it.
Improved Productivity: Improvements in throughput and value add per person.
Quality: Reductions in defects and rework.
Innovation: staff are fully involved so improved morale and participation in the business
Reduced Waste: Less transport, moving, waiting, space, and physical waste.
Improved Lead Times: Business able to respond quicker, quicker setups, fewer delays.
Improved Stock Turns Less work in progress and Inventory, so less capital tied up.
All of the above have financial impacts on your business, as well as helping you become a business that can better react to and meet your customer’s needs.
Introduction to Lean
To understand the basic definition and approach for Lean
Benefits of implementing Lean
Wastology and Genesis of Waste
To Understand different Waste Creating Situation. The behavioral aspect of Lean and make organization ready for Lean Solutions
Preparation for Lean Methodology
(Work Place Management, 5S & Visual Management as the basis of Lean Implementation)
Lean in Material Movement
Arrow Diagram to identify waste in material movement in operation. Participants will make groups and select a project/area for exercise
Lean in Human Activity
Operation Analysis Table to see human work & waste in operations. Participants will practice the tool for selected project/area
Lean in Man +Mc + Material
Standard Work Chart to combine Material + Man + Machine work and waste
Principle for Motion Economy
Standard Techniques to improve Lean by Ergonomics
How to Conduct a Lean Audit
Comprehensive Waste Finding Checklist to visualize waste
Feedback From Past Participants
“This workshop has helped us find extra space in the existing infrastructure”
“Our Manpower productivity has improved up to 70%”
“ I never thought Lean will so easy to understand and implement”
“Must for all manufacturing personnel”
“Besides cost saving the practical approach is unique and easy to implement”
“This session is highly recommended for all manages to develop a more structured approach towards quality”
“ The session was quite interesting with new tools and their applicability. The brainstorming session was very useful for all tools”
Know Your Trainer
B tech from NIT Rourkela, PGDM from IIM Calcutta with 14+ yrs of intensive experience in various sector. He is a certified coach for Manufacturing Management and System Development
He has helped companies turn-around by implementing Manufacturing Excellence through Lean, Statistical Quality Control, Six Sigma, Strategy Management
He is a passionate reader and have inclination to solve complex business problems within very short span of time.