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Q1: What is Lean?
Lean is a customer-centric process improvement methodology with the focus of improving work processes through the elimination of waste and retaining only value adding activities.
Q2: What is the duration of Lean Guide and Lean Practitioner Course?
16 Hrs of instructor-led online training
Q3: What does a Lean Practitioner do?
A certified lean expert is aware of the various lean concepts, philosophies,tools and plays a pivotal role in process improvement in a company.
Q4: How does lean help in improving productivity?
By eliminating the sources of inefficiency, focussing on value adding activities, mobilizing cross functional teams around common objectives, Lean makes it possible to increase production and thereby improve productivity.
Q5: What are Kaizen events?
Kaizen events are short-term brainstorming and implementation sessions intended to improve an existing process. They aid breakthrough improvements in as little as a few days, while creating a continual improvement culture. “Kaizen” refers to a Japanese word which means “improvement” or “change for the better”.
Q6: Is lean applicable to only a production process?
This is a misconception. While Lean process improvement approaches were developed originally for manufacturing processes, there has been steady progress towards adapting these approaches for use on service and administrative processes. In fact, many exciting breakthroughs are taking place in areas such as software development, financial services, healthcare, etc. Every core lean principle applies just as strongly to other business processes as it does to manufacturing and supply chain processes.
Very informative sessions, real-life experiences and examples.
It will definitely help in the growth.
Sessions were conducted with very practical day-to-day scenarios and covered all lean concepts very exhaustively.