Lean BPM - learn how to use lean business management techniques to reduce waste and increase profits
*An updated version of this course is included in the "Management Skills And Leadership Skills Masterclass", so please do not purchase this if you have already purchased that one.
Processes Affect Profits
Business profits are directly affected by how good or bad your business processes are.
Good processes can reduce waste.
Bad processes cost a business money.
Efficient Processes Creates Opportunity
It is a known fact that if a business improves on its processes it can create massive opportunity.
Brands like McDonalds are pure process driven businesses that have changed whole sectors because they recognised this!
Improving your processes will directly improve your profitability.
What You Will Learn In This Course
But how do you change processes?
What are the things you need to learn and implement?
In this course you will learn the concepts of process management change.
You will also be guided through a simple process change project, so you can see how it works with a specific example.
You will also receive free documents and resources for your own process project!
What method will you be teaching?
This course is a collaboration between myself and Stephen Mather.
Stephen has developed the ProPeC system of business improvement after spending many years in the business improvement sector.
It is a revolutionary, yet simple system, that will give you business improvements fast.
It is this system that we will use to help you improve your own business processes.
Who This Course Is For:
If you answer YES to any of the following questions, then this course is for you.
- Are you a business that wants to improve your profitability by reducing waste using LEAN processes and Lean managment techniques?
- Are you a manager that needs to improve your management skills and deliver improvements in the business?
- Are you a manager that needs to increase the value of their employability be learning how to implement continuous improvement processes?
- Are you a CEO or Director who wants to understand the LEAN process so that it can be delivered effectively in the business?
- Are you a professional manager or work in the HR industry and want to improve your employment viability?
This course will guide you through the whole process of LEAN improvement methods and show you how to implement a continuous improvement cycle.
Understanding LEAN business processes is a key driver in improving business performance at any level.
In this course we will teach you the ProPeC Simple Improvement Process, which takes state of the art business improvement principles and lays them out in a very simple to understand step by step process.
You will understand and learn how to run a current state analysis of your business processes that will enable you to identify key areas of improvement.
You will also learn how to tie improvements to high end business goals, so that they meet core business objectives.
Identifying and implementing an action plan is a key component of strong change management and you will be shown how to do this in this course.
You will be able to identify the different TIM WOODS wastes in a business.
Creating a process flow is a core skill in any continuous improvement cycle, which you will understand once you have been through the course.
Writing SMART goals ensures that what you are trying to achieve is actually based in reality, in this course we will teach you how to create them.
Maybe you need help running efficient business meetings, in this course we take you through the process of setting up a meeting that achieves its end goal.
By the time you have completed this course, you will know how to review a continuous improvement project and indeed lead a team through that project.
You will also finish with a solid overview of modern business improvement processes that you can then implement in your organisation.
Take The Course:
So join the course and learn how to increase profitability, how to reduce waste and how to manage and implement a continuous improvement cycle.