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Lean Enterprise - A Simplified Learning Experience

Learn the Tools and Leadership Behaviors that can Add Value
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Created by Chad Burroughs
Last updated 6/2016
English
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What Will I Learn?
Identify waste within your business or company.
Know what adds value to your customer.
Identify tools used in a Lean Environment
Explain Lean Concepts in a Lean Environment
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Description

**Please note: I'm still adding lectures to complete this course. I will send emails as the new lectures are added.**

Help your company remain competitive and profitable! In this course I will show you how a Lean Enterprise works and the tools used to promote a lean environment. You will also know the behaviors that are required to ensure a successfule Lean Enterprise.

In this course you will get an intimate understanding of the Lean Enterprise from an instructor who has 20 years of experience studying and practicing the very concepts taught in this course. I will share you what works and reveal to you what doesn't work from actual applications. 

The concepts you learn in this course can be used in manufacturing, service or transactional environments.

  1. You will know the behaviors lean leaders exude.
  2. You will know the concepts that work in a lean environment.
  3. You will gain a deeper understanding of the many lean tools that make Lean successful.


You will get the tools and the behaviors of a Lean Enterprise! Both are important to know and understand!

I use practical examples of lean and how to apply the tools in everyday life. This gives my students a great frame of reference and enhances their learning experience.

I use a sketchpad to enhance certain concepts. I also use videos, fun games and more of a conversational style of instructing. 

This course is for anyone wishing to learn more about the Lean Enterprise. This includes (but not limited to)

  • CEO’s
  • Managers
  • Students
  • Engineers
  • Instructors

I will continually add material to the course after it is launched to keep my students updated on the latest news, tools, and techniques.

I personally answer every question!

Who is the target audience?
  • Industrial Engineers
  • Anyone wanting to boost their career
  • Leaders who want a better understanding of Lean Concepts
  • Anyone wishing to launch a Lean Enterprise
  • Managers
  • Students
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 19 Lectures Collapse All 19 Lectures 01:46:51
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Thank you and Welcome
2 Lectures 10:33

This lecture will provide you with an overview of the course. What you should and should not expect and an Introduction to your instructor.

Preview 03:49

This lecture will provide you with a introduction to your instructor, me! Chad Burroughs.

Meet Your Instructor
06:44
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Lean Introduction
2 Lectures 18:27

In this lecture I define Lean and break the definition down to emphasize important pieces. 

Lean Introduction
09:35

People to Remember and Lean Tools
08:52
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Lean Leadership
4 Lectures 16:41

Kata is a pivotal practice within a Lean Enterprise. In this lecture I will describe what Kata is and why it’s important. 

Kata
06:17

Lean behaviors needs to be practiced by everyone. If the right behaviors are not practiced the Lean Enterprise cannot survive. In this lecture I will discuss lean behaviors needed to ensure the success of your Lean Enterprise.

Preview 08:40

Pre "Passing the Ball" Exercise Discussion
00:32

Keep your eye on the ball but be aware of your surroundings.


Pass the Ball
01:12
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Lean Tools
6 Lectures 35:09
8 Wastes Overview
08:58

PDCA
03:29

Overall Equipment Effectiveness
07:57

OEE - Big Losses
04:34

Poka Yoke
08:03

Lean Wins the Race
02:08
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Putting the Pieces of the Puzzle Together
5 Lectures 26:01
Creating the Lean Vision and Roadmap
03:14

The Lean Enterprise Flow
04:48

Hoshin Kanri
11:38

Hoshin Kanri Flow Sketch
05:27

Post "Passing the Ball" Exercise Discussion
00:54
About the Instructor
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MBA,Business Consultant, Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

I've worked in the private sector for just over 20 years. For more than a decade I worked in the Japanese automotive industry. While there I worked closely with Japanese engineers, technicians, and executives even spending time in Japan to work on engineering and strategy projects. We produced world class electronic control units for Honda Automotive.

I was fascinated with the Japanese culture, work ethic and approach to Lean Six Sigma. I became passionate about learning as much as I could about lean business and the power lean had to create value for customers. While working in the automotive industry I earned my Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and went back to school to earn my MBA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

I have since moved into another leadership role for a Rolls-Royce aerospace. There I use my expertise in leadership, strategy, and Lean Six Sigma to cultivate a high performing environment focused on operational excellence.

Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to share my knowledge through consulting and training. I believe it is everyone’s responsibility to pass along knowledge and I’m passionate about sharing everything I’ve learned. Not just about business or Lean Six Sigma but about life experiences as well. I just love helping others succeed in business and in life.

I believe that being a servant is the best leadership quality anyone can possess so my hope is that I can serve you in a way that will enrich both your professional and personal life.

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