Lean is an overarching concept to describe various systematic methods with the goal of establishing a more efficient, less wasteful process of operations that leads to increased value for customers.
Lean’s popularity with continuous improvement has caused a number of different interpretations and practices to surface.
Details & Benefits of Lean Training Courses
ERC offers a variety of training courses to successfully implement Lean processes in your organization.
Lean 5S takes Lean Manufacturing a step further by eliminating waste, improving processes, and reducing inefficiencies.
What will participants learn from Lean 5S Lean Manufacturing?
With these principles, you will be able to maintain a work area that improves the success of your organization.
Lean Manufacturing tools and concepts help to improve flow and reduce waste on your shop floor. But did you know that administrative functions account for 60-80% percent of the cost of meeting customer demand?
Companies have reported reducing order processing time by 30% after implementing Lean Office tools. Others have successfully cut an average of 20% of the time, effort, or costs associated with their processes. Most importantly, all of this results in improved customer satisfaction.
What will participants learn from Lean Office training?
- How to plan and prioritize which processes to tackle
- Identifying and eliminating waste in administrative processes
- Lean thinking in administrative processes
- Creating current state and future state process maps
- Identifying process problems and opportunities
- Establishing an improvement plan
- Establishing and sustaining administrative process improvement teams
Six Sigma training consists of two phases: Yellow Belt certification and Green Belt certification.
Where are Lean Training programs delivered?
ERC delivers Lean training in webinar format or at your organization for groups of employees. We work with you to customize the training solution to make sure it is the best possible experience for your employees and meets your goals.
- At Your Organization