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Yankton Lean 101 Training

11/8/2018, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Location: Kolberg Pioneer - East Side of Building
Contact: Sara Byre

Lean 101 Training

Basic Lean Training with Hands-on Simulations for Any Industry

November 8, 2018

 

Learn the lean fundamentals and practice applying various lean tools in an interactive, exciting environment. Lean 101 utilizes learning and applying through a unique simulation process.  Throughout the day, participants will act out a manufacturing company’s transition to lean by following a learn-and-do approach.  Eight hours of training consists of: an overview of lean, specific lean tools and how the lean tools can impact your particular business.

This Lean training can apply to any process, not just manufacturing. 

There are four segments we will cover:             

Overview of Lean – 1 hour of classroom time

Simulation 1 – What worked and what didn’t.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory.

Lean Tools Training – What should be changed?  1 hour classroom time

Simulation 2 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory.

Lean Tools Training – What should be changed?  1 hour classroom time

Simulation 3 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory.

Lean Tools Training –What should be changed? 1 hour classroom time

Simulation 4 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory.

Following the fourth simulation, we will recap the overall day and emphasize how the lean tools will work for your specific business or factory.  Participants not only learn the tools, but they must identify the changes and then prove they improved the process via the simulation and monitoring results.

You will see how the lean tools transform a manufacturing company from a traditional push manufacturing company to a lean enterprise.  Each simulation looks at metrics related to lead-time, production output, quality, inventory, revenue and profit.

Lunch will be provided for guests. Total class time including lunch is between 8-8.5 hours

 

2018-11-08 08:30:002018-11-08 16:30:00America/ChicagoYankton Lean 101 TrainingLean 101 Training Basic Lean Training with Hands-on Simulations for Any Industry November 8, 2018   Learn the lean fundamentals and practice applying various lean tools in an interactive, exciting environment. Lean 101 utilizes learning and applying through a unique simulation process.  Throughout the day, participants will act out a manufacturing company’s transition to lean by following a learn-and-do approach.  Eight hours of training consists of: an overview of lean, specific lean tools and how the lean tools can impact your particular business. This Lean training can apply to any process, not just manufacturing.  There are four segments we will cover:              Overview of Lean – 1 hour of classroom time Simulation 1 – What worked and what didn’t.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory. Lean Tools Training – What should be changed?  1 hour classroom time Simulation 2 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory. Lean Tools Training – What should be changed?  1 hour classroom time Simulation 3 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory. Lean Tools Training –What should be changed? 1 hour classroom time Simulation 4 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory. Following the fourth simulation, we will recap the overall day and emphasize how the lean tools will work for your specific business or factory.  Participants not only learn the tools, but they must identify the changes and then prove they improved the process via the simulation and monitoring results. You will see how the lean tools transform a manufacturing company from a traditional push manufacturing company to a lean enterprise.  Each simulation looks at metrics related to lead-time, production output, quality, inventory, revenue and profit. Lunch will be provided for guests. Total class time including lunch is between 8-8.5 hours   Kolberg Pioneer - East Side of Building
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