Lean 6s Process Improvement Lab

Description

Lean 6s Process Improvement Lab

  • General information: It is a structured way of dealing with an urgent problem and achieving important goals in three days by a large number of people. It was developed by GE in the 1980s to “eradicate” unnecessary bureaucracy. Adopted and further developed by Shell. It is now used by many companies even for the improvement of the corporate culture, but mainly for the initial familiarization of the company (all levels) with the Lean Six Sigma methodology and the symptoms and practical results that its correct application can bring.
  • Contents: In its simplest form, for 3 days: o the participants in the workshop examine, analyse and suggest to the management ways to solve 1-5 important problems, o the administration immediately approves or rejects the proposals and o together proceed to the immediate implementation of those approved within 100 days.
  • Duration (hours): 24
  • Participants: members of the leadership team participate in the morning of the first day and in the afternoon of the last day, and selected executives for three days.
  • Required preparation: for the proper use of time, 1-2 days of preparation are required (data collection, program organization, identification of participants, roles and responsibilities, etc.).

Cost: The detailed content, program & prices are adapted to the needs of each company by mutual agreement. Certificate of attendance included.