Certified Lean Management Professional
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Certified Lean Management Professional

Applications of Lean and Toyota Production System Tools
3.9 (312 ratings)
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2,068 students enrolled
Created by OTIFAS Six Sigma
Last updated 4/2014
English
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 10 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • By the end of the course, you will be able to strategically implement the tools and techniques of Lean management.
  • This course provides the in depth learning of all the concepts, tools and techniques of Lean management such as: Value Stream Mapping, 7 wastes, 3Ms, Kaizen, Kanban, Poka Yoke, SMED, One piece flow, Line stoppage, Andon, Autonomation, JIT, JIDOKA etc.

Requirements
  • No mandatory requirements as such for undergoing this course, it is so systematically designed as any working adult would easily grab the concepts of Lean management.
Description

Lean management and Six Sigma are the most sought after business excellence strategies among the leading and progressive MNCs. Demand for certified professionals in these fields is tremendous in global market. 

This course is prepared with a view to provide the complete learning of Lean management, which has its origin from Toyota Production System (TPS): Only one of its kinds of philosophy, processes, tools and techniques followed by Toyota to manufacture its cars. 

Lean management is an essential part of lean thinking.  It is all about customer focus, developing and maintaining systems and processes to provide value as defined by its customers. 

Course materials include: 30 Video lectures, PDF files of lectures that can be downloaded, quizzes etc. The course contents are prepared by scholars, with more than 30 years of academic and industrial experience at leading MNCs.  On an average, if a working adult devotes one hour per day, one would be able to complete this course within 15 to 20 days. 

OTIFAS voluntarily follows the guidelines of ISO 17024, in order to benchmark our certification process at par with global standards.

After completion of this course, in case any learner wishes to obtain a professional certificate may email us to otifas@gmail.com for details of certification exam and fees.

Who this course is for:
  • Business managers, entrepreneurs, quality consultants, doctors, research scholars, engineering and management students.
  • This is a must do course for those who have undergone six sigma green or black belt training.
Course content
Expand all 30 lectures 03:02:09
+ Introduction to TPS and Lean management
3 lectures 23:51

To provide an understanding on historical perspective of Lean management and Toyota Production System (TPS)

Preview 08:28

This lecture is aimed to provide overview of the history, principles and benfits of Toyota Production System and today's Lean managment.

Preview 08:12
Concepts of wastes and Lean tools
07:11

Introduction to TPS and Lean management

Introduction to TPS and Lean management
10 questions
+ Concept of waste elimination
5 lectures 38:11

This lecture provides the concept of value added, non value added and required non value added activities as described in TPS and Lean manufacturing.

Value added and non value added activities
10:38

Muri, Mura, and Muda famously known as 3Ms of waste, this lecture provides the clear understanding of 3M wastes and strategies to eliminate them.

3Ms: Muda, Muri, Mura
05:24

In this lecture you will learn about the 7 wastes as described in TPS , which is to be eliminated first as part of Lean implementation at enterprise level.

Seven Lean wastes
04:54

Value Stream Mapping is one of the powerful tools of Lean. In this lecture you will understand the basics of VSM and how to develop a current state VSM and analyze the wastes.

Value stream mapping
11:12

Kaizen is Japanese word meaning continuous improvement, it is one of the tools of TPS and Lean management for systematically eliminating all forms of non value added activities and 3Ms.

Kaizen
06:03

Concept of waste elimination

Concept of waste elimination
10 questions
+ Preparing enterprise for Lean
7 lectures 45:48

This lecture explains the basic structure of implementation of Lean management strategy, at enterprises. Lean strategy could be initiated detailed process level. By stabilizing, creating flow and level incrementally process by process.

Creating Lean processes
03:44

Continuous flow is a concept linked with pull system, in this lecture you will learn the concepts and requirements of continuous flow and pull.

Continuous flow and pull system
08:04

Kanban means signal. This lecture gives the introduction of the types of kanban, and key differences between pull and push concepts.

Kanban 1
05:02

This lecture explains the system of Kanban using cards and calculation for kanban card size based on the customer demand.

Kanban 2
10:06

This lecture discusses about takt time and future VSM. Takt is a tool used in Lean to understand the rate of customer demand so as to set the production in rhythm with the customer demand. Future state VSM helps you to conceptualize the desired state of a Lean industry.

Takt time and future state VSM
06:10

Learn Heijunka in this lecture. Heijunka is a balance between build to order production and one piece flow production of Lean management.

Heijunka
08:32

Cellular layout is a major concept of Lean management. In this lecture learn about the cellular layout, how it helps the single piece of lean, benefits and prerequisites before being attempted to implement.

Work cell layouts
04:10

Preparing Enterprise for Lean

Preparing Enterprise for Lean
7 questions
+ Consistent Lean enterprise culture 1
5 lectures 26:50
5S housekeeping 1
06:26
5S housekeeping 2
04:42
SMED
06:02
Cycle time reduction
04:00
Total productive maintenance
05:40

Consistent Lean enterprise culture 1

Consistent Lean enterprise culture 1
10 questions
+ Consistent Lean enterprise culture 2
4 lectures 18:03
Problem solving toyota way
02:06
PDCA cycle of problem solving
04:40
JIDOKA and autonomation
05:28
Build a culture that stops to fix problems
05:49

Consistent Lean enterprise culture 2

Consistent Lean enterprise culture 2
4 questions
+ Applying Lean philosophy across the enterprise
5 lectures 28:11
Minimizing line stoppage
06:32
Organising for Lean
05:02
Make technology fit with people
03:52
Developing exceptional people and partners
05:08
Lean implementation tactics
07:37

Applying Lean philosophy across the enterprise

Applying Lean philosophy across the enterprise
4 questions