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TRAINING & WORKSHOPS: LEAN THINKING

Lean Supply Chain (2 days)

Description:
Increasingly, it is not single corporate entities that compete effectively by themselves; it is winning groups of entities that together create competitive supply chains. This intensive two-day workshop examines how the principles and practices of Lean Thinking can be applied to any company’s supply chain.

Outline:

  • Lean Thinking fundamentals
  • Supply Chain Simulation Round 1
  • Lean Supply Chain principles
  • Collaborative mechanisms in the Lean Supply Chain
  • Lean supplier metrics and vendor selection
  • Outsourcing and the Lean Supply Chain
  • Supply Chain Simulation Round 2

Target Audience and Outcomes:
This workshop is designed for supply chain professionals, procurement and purchasing specialists, senior leaders of the business, and representatives of lean supplier candidate firms. By the end of this two-day session, participants will understand the application of lean tools to the supply chain, and begin the process of developing closer customer/supplier relationships to achieve better supply chain management over the processes which customers and suppliers jointly own.

Notes:
Participants receive a three-ring binder with all presentation slides. A videotape on lean supply chain is included. Assessment instruments and case studies are included, as well. Lean Supply Chains demand new and closer ways of customers and suppliers working together for mutual benefit and customer value. Participants should come prepared to challenge their assumptions and paradigms about what constitutes effective customer/supplier relationships.