Intensive Lean Training
Location: Morocco (Casablanca)
Develop your people and improve organisation capabilities.
Your organisation will face the challenge of operational excellence; doing more with the same or less resources. Our 4 day interactive, engaging and workshop style training will create deep capability for operational change in your organisation.
This course is ideal for senior managers and directors who want to transform their organisation and improve their capability using Lean principles.
Who is the training for?
The course is for directors and senior managers in large complex organisations. The course will be delivered in English.
The course will teach you:
- The benefits of Lean in productivity, sustainable reduction of cost and better use of assets
- The mindset of Lean that enables you spot waste, improve flow and manage demand in a joined-up way
- The method of implementing Lean in your organisation: Setting out roadmaps, creating the right culture and running change projects.
The International Trainer - Ketan Varia
Ketan Varia is based in the UK and is the director of Kinetik Solutions. He has delivered over 30 change programmes across 5 continents. His experience includes ADP, British Airways, Motorola, Hertz Cars the NHS. Ketan has substantial international experience, including emerging countries of Mauritius and Sri Lanka. He delivered a talk at an international conference in Morocco in 2019 on the subject of Innovation.
Ketan has been a non-executive board member of a large London hospital. He is a Chartered Engineer.
He has written a book ‘The Art of Transformational Change’ published in 2015, which has received many positive reviews.
Ketan Varia will be supported by Kinetik’s associate Soukaina Aziz, who is based in Morocco.
Soukaina’s expertise is in Supply Chain, Process Improvement, and Innovation.
Date, Venue & Costs
|Objectives and Your Expectations|
|Understand your own process challenges|
|Experience the power of Lean with a simulation|
|Prioritise opportunities suitable for Lean|
|Understand the beneﬁts of Lean and its measurement|
|Explain the 5 Lean Principles including value stream map of one of your processes|
|Review of Session 1 and Action Plans|
|Review of Session 1 and plan for today|
|Understand the voice of customers|
|Apply the use of takt and cycle time|
|Describe value and non-value add (7 wastes)|
|Understand Lean in your workplace – standardised work|
|Understand Lean in your workplace – visual management and error prooﬁng|
|Review of Session 2 and Action Plans|
|Review of Session 3 and plan for today|
|Understand Lean in your workplace – setup change|
|Use analysis and problems solving tools (ﬁshbone, 5 whys)|
|Use analysis and problems solving tools (SECAR)|
|Use analysis and problem-solving tools (DILO)|
|Test creative thinking tools (TRIZ)|
|Review of Session 3 and Action Plans|
|Review of Session 3 and plan for today|
|Plan on problems solving using the A3 approach|
|Use RACI for collaborating|
|Understand how to implement organisation change – creating a roadmap|
|Understand how to implement organisation change – managing resistance|
|Review of week and individual actions plans|
|Review of Training and Action Plans|
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Engineering Product Manufacturer
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“The truth is that to this day [4 Years later] I still use your presentations to remember concepts and, more importantly, to train colleagues in this exciting world.”
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