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Training (Audio Term & Part 2)

Continuous Improvement Audio Terms

Velaction’s Lean Training System lets you put your training skills to use improving your team’s continuous improvement skills. It is a customizable program with a wide range of topics including Lean Leadership, Problem Solving, Lean 101, Standard Lean Tools, and more. Each module can be configured by selecting just the components (PowerPoint, Student Guide, Lego Exercise, DVD, etc.) that you need to make the most effective use of your training time. Visit http://www.velaction.com/products-services/lean-training/ to learn more.

  1. Identify a continuous improvement trainer for your team. The person needs two skill sets. The first is general training skills. The second is continuous improvement expertise. It is rare to find one person with both, but most teams can find a person with at least one of the skills.
  2. Develop the missing skill, if applicable. This may mean immersion in hands-on Lean training, or it may mean a train the trainer program.
  3. Start small with live training. Focus on easy subjects like Pareto charts or the 5 Whys.
  4. Develop a training program. Add structure into how you will approach getting a team trained up on CI skills.

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