Lean management principles
Lean management is a business approach for maximizing customer value while minimizing waste. It is based on the principles of the Toyota Production System (TPS) and aims to create a culture of continuous improvement in an organization.
Hermon Quality Solutions Service will center broadly on:
- What are lean management principles?
- Lean Approach
- Other approaches to lean management
- Toyota Production System (TPS)
- Pillars of TPS
- Lean ideology
- Lean Structure
- Lean Culture
- Lean Values
- Lean idea-types of waste: 7+1
- WASTE (MUDA)
- Objectives of lean management
- Implementation of lean management
- Lean management tools
- Lean Methods
- 10 lean methods for waste reduction in practice
- 4P’s approach to waste elimination
- 4P’s System
- 5-Step Process Guide for the Implementation of Lean Management
- The Lean Principles Model
- Lean Development Audit
- Lean Manufacturing
- Lean Action Plan
Your needs and some of the service contents will be described in detail:
- Application of lean management in an efficient way
- Application of the lean management mindset to achieve customer satisfaction
- Satisfy the requirements of customers and auditors on the
lean methodology in the organizational system, etc.
- Know the main lean tools in the automotive industry.
- Other methods of lean management principles
- Continuous Versus Continual Improvement: What is the difference between both in practice?
- Benefits of Lean Management Principles in the Organization
- When to use lean management principles in the organization
- How to practice lean management in an organization
- How to succeed with lean management and waste reduction in the organization, etc.
- Customer and internal quality engineers
- Production leaders
- Line leaders
- Quality Managers
- Quality Engineers
- Process Engineers
- Auditors and line quality inspectors
- Outgoing and incoming quality inspectors
- Logistics and Warehouse
- Quality of Purchased Components (SQA), etc.
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