Lean Teams: From Process Analysis to Efficiency

Today’s work teams are required to do more with less and still perform at a high level. This workshop will help participants understand the lean way of thinking, and how it can help their work team improve performance. Participants will explore how to immediately apply some basic lean tools, such as goal redesign and process analysis.

You will learn to:

  • Define the principles related to lean transformation thinking
  • Identify organizational culture changes that facilitate lean teams
  • Apply the Hoshin Kanri planning process to assist in revising team goals
  • Recognize the role that individual team members play in developing a lean team
  • Apply the zero-in-focus-out problem solving method to a problem
  • Explore ways to apply continuous improvement tools to perpetuate a lean transformation in your workplace

You will benefit by:

  • Knowing how to conduct a business process analysis
  • Understanding the basic principles of lean transformational thinking
  • Seeing potential improvement in your work team’s performance

Audience:

Any managers or work teams who would like to understand how lean tools can help improve performance

Curriculum Area

  • Team Development and Dynamics

Competencies

  • Building Relationships and Interpersonal Skills
    • Progressing
  • Leadership and Achievement Orientation
    • Practiced

Sessions

Code: TDD1804

Presenter: Beyond Interactive Training

Cost: $169

Offered by Learning & Professional Development