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TRAINING & WORKSHOPS: LEAN THINKING

Introduction to Cellular Production (1 day)

Description:
Cellular production is a proven technique for improving process agility, reducing inventory, and improving quality. This workshop will detail a systematic process for identifying production cell candidates, designing the cell, and implementing and fine-tuning cellular operations.

Outline:

  • Lean Thinking fundamentals
  • Cellular production versus mass production
  • Overview of the cellular production template
  • Step-by-step application of the cellular production template
  • Hands-on exercise

Target Audience and Outcomes:
This workshop is tailored to people who are tasked with designing and operating production cells within their organization. Participants learn by doing, and at the end of the day are able to identify cellular production candidates, and to design, implement, and maintain basic production cells.

Notes:
Participants receive a three-ring binder with all presentation slides. A videotape on cellular production is included. The workshop includes a hands-on exercise that allows for detailed process analysis and planning necessary to design a real-world production cell. Although the hands-on exercise makes workshop content more clear, the workshop is best conducted as kickoff training to a facilitated hands-on shop floor implementation.