Lean Implementation Master Class – Lean Management Training – Singapore
Lean Management Training in Singapore
Event: Lean Implementation Master Class – Singapore
Dates: Thursday 20th & Friday 21st April 2017
Collaborating Association: Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore
Location: WMRAS, 62 Ubi Road 1, #08-06, Oxley Bizhub 2, Singapore 408734
Fee: SG$995 (Local participants may be eligible for e2i funding and/or IRAS PIC grant)
The Lean Implementation Master Class is a 2-day course providing participants with the practical know-how and tools required to implement and sustain a lean culture within their operations.
The course will feature numerous video and photo examples from Japan demonstrating implementation of concepts such as 5s, standard work, visual management and TPM.
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Who is this for?
This master class is designed for senior managers and lean practitioners 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.
This training will be run in collaboration with the Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS) and presented by Shinka Management lean consultants.
This two-day lean leadership training will focus on the application of lean principles and the Toyota Production System (TPS) to sectors outside of automotive, including application to the Waste Management and Recycling sector. The course will go beyond theory to discuss how lean thinking can be implemented and sustained within organizations.
- Creating an environment for kaizen
- 5S strategies for eliminating waste
- Achieving a visual workplace
- The true Japanese definition of 5S
- Strategies to sustain a 5S culture
- Standard work definition and application
- Measuring, charting and analysis methods
- Time and motion studies
- Work sampling
- Operations analysis
- Workplace visual management
- Current situation visualisation
- Quick issue and waste identification
- Appropriate usage of andon
- Visual management boards
- Employee suggestion schemes
- Lean leadership
- Kaizen improvement process
- Lean thinking
For questions or information regarding registration, please contact us.