Lean Manufacturing Certification

Lean Manufacturing Certification

Lean Manufacturing Certification

Lean manufacturing certification helps organizations recognize the value of every customer and how to improve processes to increase customer satisfaction. Part of this process is waste reduction, which is considered lean manufacturing. Because it creates “more value for customers with fewer resources,” companies can reinvest the capital saved by utilizing the principles into other aspects of the company. Our California consultant shows clients how to “perfect value to the customer through a perfect value creation process that has zero waste.” Here’s what you may want to know about our lean manufacturing consultant, the process, and our company.

About Our Lean Manufacturing Consultant
Our consultant, Michael Madewell, has helped over 300 companies learn what it takes to ensure your company is operating in accordance to lean manufacturing principles. He teaches companies how to optimize how their products and services through value streams designed to reach the public. He helps eliminate waste along the value streams and create processes that require less capital and less human effort to maintain. He is experienced and has been helping companies complete this goal for the past 15 years.

When he shows companies how to complete a process with less space and in less time, they understand the value of lean manufacturing certification. He can help you achieve fast results throughout time and low costs without sacrificing quality. Here’s how he can help you improve your organization with lean manufacturing certification.

What Our Consultant Will Teach You in the Lean Manufacturing Certification Class
He will start off by telling you about lean manufacturing and project charter. Customer focus, poka-yoke, and value added versus non-value added are some of the primary goals of certification class. He will also review concepts such as Demin Wheel concept, process mapping, KAIZEN events, brainstorming, decision making, and SIPOC. He has a wealth of information to share in the class that will significantly improve the processes in your organization and help you understand teams and learn project management.

ISOReady provides onsite Lean Manufacturing Training that includes on the job training for your Lean Manufacturing Team. ISOReady will work with your Lean Team to implement the Lean Principals in a certain work area so that become familiar with the Lean Principals and can them implement them company wide. Our typical 40-hour Lean Workshop agenda is:

Day 1

  • Team Introduction
  • Introduction to Lean Manufacturing
  • Project Charter
  • Customer Focus (needs and requirements)
  • Value Added / Non-Value Added
  • Poka-yoke
  • 5S
  • WORKSHOP: 5S

Day 2

  • Review Workshop action items
  • Hoshin Planning / Deming Wheel concept
  • Process mapping and SIPOC
  • Waste /7M / Waste walks
  • Spaghetti Charts
  • WORKSHOP: SIPOC

Day 3

  • Review Workshop action items
  • KAIZEN events
  • Brainstorming and decision making
  • WORKSHOP: Spaghetti chart and waste walk

Day 4

  • Review Workshop action items
  • Value stream mapping
  • Cycle time, Process, time, TAKT time
  • WORKSHOP: Value stream mapping

Day 5

  • Review of workshop results and experience
  • Understanding teams
  • Project Management
  • WORKSHOP: Review workshop action items and results
  • Course Review and celebrate

Why Companies Use Lean Manufacturing Certification Principles
We know how lean manufacturing works and can help you effectively apply it in your organizations. We’ve used the concepts and principles in some of the companies that we’ve helped over the years, and we’ve seen remarkable improvement in waste reduction, cost reduction, productivity, and efficiency. Most people are familiar with the benefits of lean manufacturing in larger companies such as Toyota, GE, and Motorola, but our successes have been primarily with small and medium companies such as Dana Corporation. Businesses of all types have benefited from lean manufacturing principles.

The Importance of Lean Manufacturing Certification Principles
Lean manufacturing principles are important in any organization that wants to remain competitive in the industry. It’s important to adhere to the lean manufacturing principles to prevent competitors from surpassing your organization in terms of efficiency, productivity, and revenue. If you want to learn more about the importance of lean manufacturing principles, our consultants can help you achieve the goals that you have set. Contact our consulting firm for more information about how we can be of service to you in your organization.

Russ Moir

Russ Moir

Hello Mike, I want to thank you for doing such an excellent job with the Bangladesh team. The General Manager reports he is very impressed with your experience and expertise. And, he believes that more than just a “certification” the company will go to the next level in the pursuit of excellence because of your efforts with us. Well Done!

Russ Moir

President/CEO
United Surgical

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