Lean Operations (Lean Thinking, Lean Systems, Lean Tools)


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MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 566.55 MB | Duration: 1h 47m
What you'll learn
The course will equip Learners with a thorough practical understanding on the concept of "Lean operations".
Lean operations & Lean systems
Push and Pull systems
Waste in organization
Value-stream mapping
Lean deployment methodologies
Lean deployment Tool-kit
Practical project on identifying waste in process operations in different businesses with logical reasoning
There are no prerequisites for taking this course. What is needed is the inquisitiveness to Learn and expand your knowledge.
Dear Learners, I welcome to this course on Lean operations (Lean Thinking, Lean Systems, Lean Tools)In the present times of very high competition, the concept of "Lean operations" has become very important for delivering Value and achieving High efficiency in organizations. It is providing organizations with innate ability to sustain and grow even in difficult business conditions. “Lean” is universal in it’s approach and can be applied to any business or operation, from manufacturing to marketing to supply chain to software development.The course is covered in “7 sections” and in each section there are about 2 to 3 Lectures.Section-1 (Introduction to Lean and what is Value)Lecture-1-IntroductionLecture-2- Introduction to LeanLecture-3- What is ValueSection-2 (What is Waste, Muda, Mura & Muri)Lecture-4-Muda or the 7 wastesLecture-5- What is MuraLecture-6- What is Muri. A practical insight and relationship between Muda, Mura, MuriSection-3 (Push versus Pull systems, Value Stream Mapping)Lecture-7-Push versus Pull systemsLecture-8- Value Stream Mapping. Lead Time & Process TimeSection-4 (Approach to Lean, Benefits of Lean systems)Lecture-9- What should be the Approach to LeanLecture-10- Benefits of Lean systemsSection-5 (Toyota Way. 4 P’s & 14 Principles))Lecture-11-The Toyota Way -A very critical philosophy in LeanLecture-12- 4 P’s & 14 Principles, PDCA for continuous improvementSection-6 (Critical Tools in your Lean deployment journey)Lecture-13- 5S MethodLecture-14- SMED (Single Minute exchange of Dies)Section-7 (Critical Tools in your Lean deployment journey)Lecture-15- Kaizen MethodLecture-16- 5 Why Analysis ( A useful problem solving Tool)Lecture-17- FMEA (Failure Mode & Effect Analysis), A useful Tool for risk mitigation, reliability & failure analysisThere are various multiple-choice Q&A’s in every section to test your quick grasp of the topics and understanding of the Lecture. There are also a few thought provoking questions to make you think during the various phases of Lecture.All these Lectures have been prepared keeping in mind simplicity of delivery and for facilitating a good grasp of all topics covered in the course. With my diversified global experience of nearly 27+ years, working with different cultures and having executed projects across various geographies of the world, I always believe that Trainer should step into the Learner's shoe, while executing the training. This surely helps in ensuring high quality, strong retention and overall enjoyable learning experience.After course completion, I would also request your valuable feedback, as this greatly helps to improve the quality of courses. Thanks once again, for enrolling.


Section 1: Introduction to Lean & What is Value

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Introduction to Lean

Lecture 3 What is Value

Section 2: What is Waste. Muda, Mura and Muri

Lecture 4 What is Muda or Waste

Lecture 5 What is Mura

Lecture 6 What is Muri. A practical insight and relationship between Muda, Mura, Muri

Section 3: Push versus Pull systems. Value Stream Mapping

Lecture 7 Push versus Pull systems

Lecture 8 Value Stream Mapping. Lead Time & Process Time

Section 4: Approach to Lean. Benefits of Lean systems

Lecture 9 Approach to Lean

Lecture 10 Benefits of Lean systems

Section 5: Toyota Way. 4 P's & 14 Principles

Lecture 11 Toyota Way

Lecture 12 4 P's and 14 Principles, PDCA

Section 6: Some critical Tools in your Lean deployment journey. 5 S and SMED

Lecture 13 5 S Method

Lecture 14 SMED (Single Minute Exchange of Dies)

Section 7: Some critical Tools in your Lean deployment journey. Kaizen, 5Why Analysis, FMEA

Lecture 15 Kaizen

Lecture 16 5-Why Analysis

Lecture 17 FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis)

This course will be very useful for Business Practitioners coming from diversified sectors such as- manufacturing, operations, marketing, supply chain, technical, human resources & service sectors. It shall also be useful to students of business, operations or engineering. Hence the applicability of these Tools and philosophy is quite universal.


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