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This lesson plan offers a broad cross section of continuous improvement. It primarily sends you our Lean Dictionary entries to keep your up to speed, but also throws in an occasional short article. It is intended for both the novice wanting to build a foundation of knowledge, or for a person with more improvement experience who wants to keep continuous improvement in the forefront of his or her mind or to keep skills polished during periods of Lean inactivity.
Modern Lean traces its roots through Toyota, so you will find many Japanese Lean terms as you continue to learn about making improvements in your organization. This email series broadens your Lean vocabulary,so that these potentially daunting continuous improvement terms won’t seem so foreign.
This lesson plan focuses on terms and articles that help the Lean leader. The goal of this series is to help leaders apply Lean principles in their daily job of managing people in a Lean company.
At its core, continuous improvement is about reducing problems the limit flow. Breaking down those barriers both reduces waste and increases output, helping both the top and bottom lines. This problem solving series of emails helps develop your problem solving skills. Regardless of the job you have, you, and your company, will both benefit if you are able to more effectively solve problems.
Standard Work is one of the building blocks of Lean success, and is also one of the most well-covered topics on Velaction’s website. With loads of information, this email series provides you with the resources you need to take your Standard Work to the next level.
Lean Tools Series
There are numerous tools used in developing a Lean organization. This email series introduces you to them at a manageable pace so you don’t get buried by an avalanche of new information.