Manufacturing Learning Australia develop LeanSkills programme
Increasingly the survival of Australian business relies on becoming more competitive. Everyone is under pressure to achieve more while reducing costs, or at least without increasing costs. According to Manufacturing Learning Australia , eliminating waste is a critical factor for business improvement. Measuring those achievements and maintaining continuous improvement should be an ongoing strategy.
The Lean principles and Lean tools provide the practical skills to map out the real costs of doing business and to eliminate waste, leading to improvements in productivity and the bottom line.
LeanSkills is a new programme developed by Manufacturing Learning Australia based on experience with Lean networks and helping small to medium enterprises to implement their Lean systems.
LeanSkills programme covers the essential knowledge and the practical skills needed to plan and implement Lean, explaining the Lean principles and demonstrating how to select and apply the right Lean tools to achieve improvements across any areas of businesses.
LeanSkills programme helps to answer questions such as:
- When to use Value Stream Mapping?
- Is 5S just a simple clean up process?
- What are the strengths and limitations of Six Sigma?
- Where will Kaizen Blitz get the best results?
- What are the ‘seven deadly wastes’ or there eight of them?
- How to make Lean tools work?