5S is the catalyst to many lean principles that your organization will utilize along the continuous improvement journey. The foundation of 5S is employee involvement, which builds excitement for the change process in your organization.
Visual Management shows participants how to create and sustain a “visual factory”. This powerful communication shows participants how to develop and implement visual signals to enhance flow inside your factory, plus create consistent & timely decision making on the shop floor.
A comprehensive program designed for Managers, Supervisors and Team Leaders that have responsibilities for managing people and processes and that have accountability for results.
- Learn about the implementation and sustainability of Lean initiatives.
- Learn to understand Lean principles and application of Lean Tools for identifying and eliminating waste.
- Be provided the tools to change the way they manage Lean processes and team based cultures.
Value Stream Mapping is one of the most powerful Lean tools to map out the current state and identify the future state, prioritize improvement activities, and align employees to company and customer. Time, money and resources are in limited supply, and this keeps us focused on what is most important!
Participants learn concepts of mistake proofing in order to detect errors before they actually cause defects thus preventing the defect from ever happening. This is a highly interactive session where participants actively engage in the discussion and learning process.
A foundational piece of the continuous improvement puzzle, standard work simplifies decision making, problem solving and worker training while creating useful work instruction and improving process effectiveness.
Kaizen employs short-term, concentrated, lightning-paced continuous improvement attacks on workplace wastes and ineffectiveness. Our Kaizen Rapid Improvement Process transforms an organizational culture from static, task-driven thinking to instinctive lean flexibility, adaptability and innovation.
The program has been specifically designed to make a company self-aware and self-sufficient in implementing change. It targets company-wide knowledge of Lean principles and practices with an end goal of engendering empowerment through the entire company.
EMC’s Kaizen Train the Trainer program consists of 7 Kaizen events spread out by approximately 3-4 weeks and will be dependent on the availability of participants selected to be trained as Kaizen Facilitators.