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Lean Management Certification Training Course

Course Description

Lean Management Certification Training Course

Learn the concepts and principles of Lean management in this training course, where you’ll learn how to streamline your processes and drive the best value for your business. This Lean Management Certification course is crafted by industry experts and is ideal for quality management professionals.

Course Overview

This course teaches you the core concepts of Lean management to help you more efficiently increase value for customers, identify (and remove) ineffective activities, and continuously improve your processes by systematically implementing small changes. You will learn how to implement Lean tools, techniques, and metrics for your business.


Simplilearn’s Lean Management Certification training can be taken by any professional seeking career growth in the quality management sector or simply to get hands-on experience working with Lean principles. There are no specific eligibility criteria for the Lean Management Certification course.


There are no prerequisites to take this Lean management online course.


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Course Syllabus

Lesson 01 – Introduction

1.1 Welcome
1.2 Introduction
1.3 Agenda
1.5 Overview of Lean
1.6 Principles of Lean
1.7 Types of Waste
1.8 Lean Journey
1.9 Roots of Lean
1.10 Lean at Ford
1.11 Toyota Production System (TPS)
1.12 Just In Time (JIT)
1.13 Lean Successes and Benefits
1.14 Efficiency Business Model Fit
1.15 Cash Flow Improvement
1.16 Increased Capacity for Revenue
1.17 Its Challenges
1.18 Process Changes Cause a Rethinking of Process Flow
1.19 Disruptions Downtime Design Failures
1.20 Low Volume High Mix
1.21 High Variability Customization Demand
1.22 Summary
1.23 Quiz
1.24 Thank You

Lesson 02 – Types of Waste

2.1 Welcome
2.2 Types of Waste Introduction
2.3 Agenda
2.5 Transportation
2.6 Inventory
2.7 Motion
2.8 Waiting
2.9 Over Production
2.10 Over Processing
2.11 Defect
2.12 Other Types of Waste
2.13 Underutilized Skills
2.14 Wrong Use of Automation
2.15 Wrong Use of Metrics
2.16 Summary
2.17 Quiz
2.18 Thank You

Lesson 03 – Tools

3.1 Welcome
3.2 Lean Management Tools
3.3 Agenda
3.4 Five-S Plus One
3.5 Seiri
3.6 Seiton
3.7 Seiso
3.8 Seiketsu
3.9 Shitsuke
3.10 Safety
3.11 Five-S plus One Summary
3.12 Value Stream Mapping
3.13 Kaizen
3.14 Kaizen Blitz
3.15 Takt
3.16 Jidoka
3.17 Kanban
3.18 Poka Yoke
3.19 SMED
3.20 Summary
3.21 Quiz
3.22 Thank You

Lesson 04 – Lean in Manufacturing

4.1 Welcome
4.2 Lean in Manufacturing
4.3 Agenda
4.4 Background
4.5 Boeings Lean Journey
4.6 History and Background
4.7 Lean Principles Embraced
4.8 Lean Implementation
4.9 Waste Elimination Focus Areas
4.10 Summary
4.11 Quiz
4.12 Thank You

Lesson 05 – Lean in Service

5.1 Welcome
5.2 Lean in Service
5.3 Agenda
5.4 Background
5.5 Lean in Healthcare
5.6 Types of Waste
5.7 Case Study Virginia Mason
5.8 Summary
5.9 Quiz
5.10 Thank You

Lesson 06 – Lean in Office

6.1 Welcome
6.2 Lean Management Lean in Office
6.3 Agenda
6.4 Background
6.5 Lean in Office
6.6 Five-S in Office
6.7 Types of Waste in Office
6.8 Types of Waste in Office(cont.)
6.9 Summary
6.10 Quiz
6.11 Thank You

Lesson 07 – Lean Metrics

7.1 Welcome
7.2 Lean Management Lean Metrics
7.3 Agenda
7.4 Overview
7.5 OEE
7.6 FPY & RTY
7.7 Days in Inventory
7.8 Schedule Adherence Attainment
7.9 Lean Accounting
7.10 Lean Accounting(Cont.)
7.11 Summary
7.12 Quiz
7.13 Thank You

Lesson 08 – Other Methodologies That Complement Lean

8.1 Welcome
8.2 Lean Management Other Methodologies That Complement Lean
8.3 Agenda
8.4 Theory of Constraints
8.5 Theory of Constraints(Cont.)
8.6 Quick Response Manufacturing
8.7 Factory Physics
8.8 Six Sigma
8.9 Six Sigma Implementation Roles
8.10 Summary
8.11 Quiz
8.12 Thank You

Lesson 09 – Lean Maturity Matrix

9.1 Welcome
9.2 Lean Maturity Matrix
9.3 Agenda
9.4 Overview
9.5 Assessment Process
9.6 Assessment Criteria
9.7 Lean Maturity Levels
9.8 Lean Maturity Matrix
9.9 Summary
9.10 Quiz
9.11 Thank You

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