Programme Overview

Lean Management is aligned to the most recognized and benchmarked model of continuous improvement, the Toyota Production System (TPS). Focus of TPS is on delivering greater value to the customer by reducing non-value added activities within processes. Lean is applicable to various industries in the manufacturing and service sectors.

The program will provide a practical lean experience and a deep understanding of lean principles and tools, such as Value Stream Mapping, Manufacturing Work Cells, Pull Systems, Kanban, Kaizen Events, TPM, etc.

Course Objective

  • Triggering Lean thinking for cost reduction
  • Understanding of 7 wastes
  • Familiarising with lean manufacturing techniques
  • Understanding of essentials for implementing lean
  • Interaction with other practitioners of lean techniques
  • Making demonstrative improvement in quality, cost & delivery through a Lean project.

Who Should Participate

HODs / Managers / Sr. Executives from Planning, Operations, Quality, Maintenance, Supply Chain, Logistics etc.

Programme Faculty

Mr. Vijay Kapoor, Principal Consultant
Vijay Kapoor is BVijay Kapoor is B.E. & MBA, with over 34 years of experience in Process, Engineering and Automobile industry. Has been working as Consultant & Trainer for the last 10 years. A certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Mr Kapoor has mentored 400+ participants and
guided over 150 Lean projects. He is on top trainers panel of leading companies and has held training sessions on Lean Manufacturing,
Quality Management, Material Handling & Layouts, and Supply Chain Management. He is a Lean Manufacturing Consultant for MSME

Course Outline

-Seven Wastes
-Lean Management techniques

  • -5 S, a place for every thing and every thing in its place
  • -Standardization of processes, setting the platform for improvements
  • -Value Stream Mapping for highlighting existing wastes
  • -Leveling the demand – Takt time for smoother workflow
  • -Quick change over for Smaller batches
  • -Cellular Layouts
  • -Managing operations to reduce inventory
  • -Pull – Kanban System, for Just-in-Time
  • -Problem Solving, 5 Whys and 1 How

-Steps for implementation
-Change Management

  • -Need for Top Management’s Commitment
  • -Worker participation for continuous improvement

-Case Histories

-Project Facilitation