Did you know that 20% of all businesses fail within their first year and only 50% make it to year five?
Good processes reduce waste
Bad processes cost your business money
Improving processes directly improves your profitability
Efficient processes create more opportunity for your business to thrive
So the question then becomes …
How do you make sure you have the right processes in place to ensure your business is primed for success and in a position to be as profitable as possible?
Because, let’s face it … if the processes in your business aren’t as effective or efficient as they can be, you’re not only reducing your profitability, you’re also doing a disservice to both your customers and your entire organization.
That’s where Lean Management comes in.
Lean Management is an approach that seeks to eliminate any waste in a business process by cutting out steps that don’t create value.
This waste can be caused by:
Delays in your production process
Too much time spent working on features you don’t need
Too much inventory sitting idle, costing you money
Any mistakes or defects you have to fix
And by using lean management principles to reduce this waste, you’ll not only be able to increase the value of whatever you provide, you’ll also be able to pass the savings onto your customer and potentially be in a position where virtually no one can compete with you.
Effective lean management can also:
Improve customer satisfaction
Increase customer lifetime value
Create a massive following of brand evangelists who religiously promote everything your company has to offer
So how exactly can you use the principles of lean management to optimize your production process, maximize customer value, and build a lean culture within your organization?
Well, that’s exactly what we’re going to cover in this course.
What lean management is and how to make it work for your organization
How to effectively lead and improve your team using lean principles
Eliminating unnecessary tasks and delays in your production process
Reducing mistakes, overproduction, and overprocessing caused by your workflow
Mapping out, analyzing, and optimizing your own process
How to improve your team using lean principles
What it takes to build a lean culture within your organization
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to apply lean principles and create teams that thrive by eliminating waste, maximizing customer value, and developing their workers into highly skilled and motivated teams.
Let’s get to it.