EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENTThe key ingredients to winning the business game Six Sigma ●
Lean Manufacturing and Services Covered TopicsThe implementation of Lean principles and practices is globally • Lean Principlesrecognized as one the most effective ways of significantly raising the • Lean vs. Mass Productionexcellence level of a business, and building an internal continuous • The 8 Wastesimprovement capability that will foster benefits in the long run. • 5SPioneered by Toyota Motor Company, the philosophy and tools now • Visual Managementcommonly referred to as Lean, have been metaphorically called “the • SMEDmachine that changed the world”. This is due to the significant • Total Productive Maintenancepositive impact they have had in organizations which adopted them • Quality and Jidokaand their position as a new industrial paradigm, more effective than • Batch Size Reduction (One Piece Flow)mass production. Initially used mainly in the manufacturing industry, • Cellular Manufacturingthe principles have demonstrated their applicability and power also • Standardized Workin service environments such as hospitals, banks, logistics, supply • Value Stream Mappingchain and others. Today many of the leading companies have • Pull Systemsalready started to reap the benefits of Lean and their competitive • Takt Timeadvantages determined a wide spread interest in starting on the • Bottlenecks Identification and ManagementLean journey. • Production Leveling (Heijunka) • Kanban Systems • Continuous Improvement How fast can your business run? • Problem Solving Tools and Techniques • Comparative Simulation of Push vs. Pull • Key Performance Indicators • Teamwork • Lean Services • Lean Program Implementation Does it have rythm? • Case studies: Toyota, Harley Davidson, Volvo
The Toyota Way Covered TopicsFor decades, Toyota’s success in the • Waste Reduction • Corporate Philosophy and Strategymarketplace has been admired by • Standardized Work • Lean Transformationbusiness professionals from all • Kaizen/Process Improvement • People Education and Developmentindustries. Its remarkable long run • Toyota Production System • People Centric Technologybusiness performance made Toyota • Pull Systems • Organizational Structurethe envy of automakers and a model • Supply Chain • Suppliers and Partners Developmentto emulate for other companies. • Logistics • Learning EnterpriseToyota’s culture and practices are • Problem Solving • Culture Developmentconsidered to be the symbol of • Systemic Thinking • Leadershipexcellence not only in manufacturing • Lean Metrics • Toyota Business Lessonsbut also in business in general. Thepower of Toyota rests in two distinctbut closely tied components: theToyota Way and the ToyotaProduction System (TPS). The ToyotaWay has created a culture of respect The core topics covered and the duration of the trainingfor individual, cooperation, lifelong are adjustable, dependinglearning, and innovation. TPS has on your industry, interests,been the driver that stimulated the experience and goals.development of lean manufacturing,kanban and quality systems, just-in- The sessions can have either a consultative nature, whentime production, and continuous the target audience is theimprovement. Together, they have higher management, or abeen the pillars that supported presentational approachToyota’s continuous development when we have a generaland leadership. addressability.
Problem Solving We are surrounded by complex socio-technical systems that we have to deal with on a daily basis. Most times complexity is the source of many problems that must be solved in a fast paced manner but also by developing extensible solutions that can be reused and easily understood. On this account, the professionals need to use a structured approach to problem solving and the right combination of tools and thinking mechanisms that will enable them to develop creative and effective solutions. We have gathered methodologies and tools from many industries and put them together in a pragmatic suite that will become your most trusted resource in the process of solving any business challenge.Covered Topics• Processes and Operations • Problem Solving Tools (Flowcharts,• Work as a Process Affinity Diagrams, Cause and Effect• SIPOC Diagrams etc.)• Process Improvement • Techniques• PDCA Cycle • Design of Experiments• Problem Solving Methodologies • Statistics and Probability (Toyota, McKinsey, 8D) • TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem• Problem Definition & Analysis Solving)
Continuous Improvement Covered TopicsAny system which is not improving doesn’t stay the same, it is rather • Work Analysis and Standardizationdeteriorating. With this basic law of systems theory in mind, • Work as a Processcompanies have adopted continuous improvement as a key • Variationcomponent of their operations. However, very often, continuous • 8 Wastesimprovement remains much more of a goal than a reality. We will • Flowchartschange that by providing you the right methodologies, tools and • Run chartssupport in implementing continuous improvement programs that • Histogramswill render quantifiable results in a short time. • Cause and Effect Diagrams • Pareto Charts • Scatter Diagrams • Control Charts • Control Chart Interpretation • Data Collection & Analysis • Benchmarking • Six Sigma • Lean • Process Analysis and Re- Engineering • Quality Circles • Theory of Constraints (TOC) • Toyota Production System • Quality Function Deployment • Value Stream Mapping • Kaizen vs. Kaikaku • Key Performance Indicators • Yokoten
Six Sigma Six Sigma is a business management strategy focused on improving the quality of process outputs by removing causes of defects and minimizing variability. The great advantage of Six 6 Sigma is its mature and proven methodology that combines practices and tools in an orchestrated manner with clear outcomes. The ultimate goal of Six Sigma is to enable an organization to deliver near-perfect products and services for its customers.Covered Topics• DMAIC Methodology • Pareto Charts • Process Sigma • Activity Network Diagram• Project Charter • Run Charts • Taguchi Loss Function • Gantt Charts• Communication Plan • SIPOC • Brainstorming • FMEA• Affinity Diagram • Tollgate Reviews • Cause and Effect Diagram • Involvement Matrix• Control Charts • Data points • Design of Experiments • PDCA Cycle• CTQ Tree • Flowcharts • Hypothesis Testing • Prioritization Matrix• Data Collection • Histograms • Interrelationship Digraph • Six Sigma Storyboard• Kano Model • MSA • Scatter Diagram • DMADV Methodology
Project ManagementProject management is both a science and an art. We willprovide you with the scientific foundation of projectmanagement, while experience will teach you the artistry ofit. Our courses are based on the globally recognized projectmanagement methodology proposed by ProjectManagement Institute (PMI). By introducing a standardizedapproach to project management in your organization, youwill insure that your project teams will deliver results whilebeing flexible and having a common language and projectmanagement system.Covered Topics• Projects, Programs, • Projects and Products • Monitoring and Controlling • Quality Management Portfolios Lifecycle Process Group • Human Resources• Strategic Planning and • Organizational Structures • Closing Process Group Management Projects • Project Management • Project Integration • Communications• Project and Operations Processes Management Management Management • Initiating Process Group • Scope Management • Risk Management• The Project Manager • Planning Process Group • Time Management • Procurement Management • Executing Process Group • Cost Management • Interpersonal Skills
LeadershipA true leader can inspire committed action that engages people in taking intelligentsteps, in a direction he has chosen, to achieve a goal that is valued by all partiesinvolved or affected by it. While some qualities necessary to lead such initiativesmay be native, a true leader in today’s complex world requires also constanteducation and interaction with other leaders. We are looking forward to being yourcompanion on the leadership journey. Dsdfdsafdafdere Fre Fref ReferCovered Topics Fer F• Personality Types Erf • CriticalDynamics Decisions If your actions inspire others• Communication • Group• Leadership and Management Er • Conflict Management to dream more, learn more,• Coaching and Mentoring • Sources of Power ferdafadasfadsf do more and become more,• Organizational Transformation • Employee Empowerment• Change Management • Principled Negotiation you are a leader.• Influence and Persuasion • Ethics• Motivation • Leadership Case Studies John Quincy Adams
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