Lean trainings

When You need it?

When You need it?

Do you want to find out about the opportunities afforded by lean? Experience in practice the changes which take place in processes optimised using that method? Perhaps you want your employees to discover the potential how much you stand to gain? Lean management workshops and trainings will provide answers to these and many other questions.

When do we apply it?

When do we apply it?

Think about taking part in training if:

  • Your awareness of where to find waste in everyday work is insufficient, processes are not efficient enough.
  • You have a problem with commitment and motivation to change.
  • You need better results without engaging additional resources.
  • Communication within the company is wanting and co-responsibility for team targets is unsatisfactory.
  • A large change, reorganisation, new responsibilities are in store.

How does it work?

How does it work?

Lean workshops mostly rely on practice. In the realities of a business game you will discover lean rules, concepts and tools. Each element of knowledge will be transformed into given game actions. This is the only way for you achieve the best training results, which will then be put into immediate practice. A lot of knowledge and experiences in a creative and pleasant atmosphere – that’s what we pride ourselves on.

Benefits

Benefits

What results do our customers see after lean training? Nothing is the same as before:

  • Waste becomes obvious, value streams clear, desire for wiser use of time overpowers unwillingness to change.
  • Communication is improved, engagement increases, as it is now common knowledge that it is possible (or even necessary) to act differently than thus far.
  • There is a plan of what to do and how to start it in order to forge the workshop results into business reality.
  • Competitive advantage of the company grows through common care for value for the customers.
  • A manager is able to ensure employees personal development and to develop their individual talents.

 

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