Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Lean thinking – introductory seminar

Lean thinking – introductory seminar

Get an overview of lean principles

Who’s this course for?

If you’re interested in reviewing productivity in your organisation, this seminar is ideal. It is ideal for any type of industry or organisation.

What’s included?

  • Lean principles and successful lean practices
  • Why companies are achieving more than a 50% increase in productivity
  • How to improve capacity and operational performance
  • How to define value to your customer
  • What should be your first steps.

What you’ll learn:

Get an overview of lean principles. How does lean thinking contribute to high performance? What can you use from lean to boost productivity? This two-hour seminar offers a useful introduction to lean. You’ll also receive a free copy of the book “Making it Lean” by Barry Nolan.

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