Lean Leadership Master Class | Lean Training | Adelaide
South Australian companies are invited to join one of the world’s leading lean manufacturing practitioners and trainers for the Lean Leadership Master Class to be held in Adelaide in February 2024. As a Toyota factory manager and kaizen leader, Hyodo Sensei has built a 40 year career as a lean manufacturing sensei fostering the Toyota Production System within the Toyota Group and its supply-chain, and more recently within non-automotive companies.
Date: 26 Feb 2024 - 27 Feb 2024
Time: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm | Timezone: Australia/Adelaide
Training Location: Shinka Management Head Office, 45 Greenhill Rd, Wayville, Adelaide, Australia
Site Visit: Mayfield Electrical
Pricing: AUD 1,295 (excluding GST)
This lean manufacturing training program will be held in Adelaide and will be led by former Toyota factory manager and kaizen leader, Hyodo Sensei, together with Shinka Management Director Ben Sparrow.
A light lunch and refreshments will be provided to the participants on both days. This master class will also include a brief business presentation and operations tour of the host facility.
The master class will be led by Hyodo Sensei, a long-time leader in Toyota Production System training and former factory manager at the Toyota factory in Japan responsible for the manufacture of the HiAce vehicle. Now retired as a factory manager, Hyodo Sensei heads the Toyota Dojo (kaizen training arm) of that Toyota factory providing lean training courses for companies in Toyota’s supply chain and Toyota factory tours, and hosts the training component of the Shinka Management Lean Japan Tour.
Career highlights include:
- Factory Manager Toyota Parts Factory
- Factory Manager at Toyota Assembly Plant
- 13 year member of All-Toyota Kaizen Promotion Team
- 27 years leading TPS at No.1 quality ranked Toyota factory
- Consulting globally serving a wide range of industries
Who is this for?
This master class is designed for Managing Directors and Operations/Production/Continuous Improvement/Quality Managers interested in fostering a culture of continuous improvement within their organisation. You will learn first-hand about how process improvement is achieved within Japan’s leading companies, and more importantly, how to implement these practices within your operations.
Particularly relevant sectors include manufacturing, food and beverage, defence, wholesale & retail trade, and transport.
This two-day master class will focus on the application of lean principles and the Toyota Production System (TPS) to sectors outside of automotive. The course will go beyond theory to discuss how lean thinking can be implemented and sustained within a company.
- TPS principles
- Developing human assets
- Role of top management
- Factory visit and diagnosis
- Factory visit review
- 5S and visual management
- Standard work creation
- Continuous improvement culture
- Practical kaizen activity
The course will also include an overview of the operations at the Toyota HiAce factory in Japan, as well as a site tour and mini diagnosis at Mayfield Electrical.
What our lean training participants have said…
The training course was very valuable to our organisation. Great results were achieved. I am still using the tools for improvements.
A great training experience with a very wise lean practitioner, simplifying understanding of approaches to lean.
QTEC Fire Services partnered with Shinka Management to implement the 5S system within its operations at its head office in Brisbane. We are confident that the new knowledge and information we received during the three days in-house training will further help to make the company even more efficient and understand this is only the first…
It made all the light bulbs go off in my head. I knew the principles and I knew the theory but now it just all makes sense, now I can apply what I know and make real improvements in my business.
The training was great. Provides clarity and a practical approach to what can seem a very complex process.
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