Overview

Having an understanding of the Lean philosophy and principles is a requirment of all people within any organization committed to operational excellence. The Lean Fundamentals workshop adopts an ‘interactive’ learning approach, provided through a mix of lecture, case examples, videos, group discussion and small group exercises.
 

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the Lean Philosophy
  • Understand the Five Principles of Lean
  • Understand the concept of waste elimination

 

Who Should Participate

All areas and levels within the organization from front-line employees to executives.

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Brett Hiscock is Lean Master blackbelt and a Certified Training Within (TWI) instructor and Lean Facilitator with CME. For more than two decades, he has worked extensively in manufacturing operations management and has helped hundreds of manufacturing and service companies to implement Lean and TWI.

DATE & TIME

September 17, 2020
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT

LOCATION

Online

COST

$199 Member
$249 Non member

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