Tài Liệu Kỹ Năng Lean & Six Sigma – Lean & Six Sigma Skills Materials

Lean Six Sigma is a managerial concept of Lean and Six Sigma that results in the elimination of the seven kinds of wastes in Transportation, Inventory, Motion, Waiting, Overproduction, Over-Processing, and Defects. The course will provide an introduction to this way of thinking that has changed so many corporations in the world. You will understand how to start your company on the journey to becoming leanmore efficient, less wasteful, and more flexible.

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Although the ideas of Lean have gained popularity over the past decade, particularly since Jeffery Liker’s The Toyota Way was published in 2004, Lean principles have existed for nearly three hundred years.

Lean Six Sigma is a managerial concept of Lean and Six Sigma that results in the elimination of the seven kinds of wastes in Transportation, Inventory, Motion, Waiting, Overproduction, Over-Processing, and Defects. The course will provide an introduction to this way of thinking that has changed so many corporations in the world. You will understand how to start your company on the journey to becoming leanmore efficient, less wasteful, and more flexible.

COURSE MATERIALS INCLUDE:

  1. Training slides – 01 Ms powerpoint file – 59 slides
  2. Trainer guide document – 03 Ms word files- 43 pages
  3. Training activities guide document – 01 Ms word file – 18 activities
  4. Training worksheets for learners – 15 Ms word & excel files – 15 worksheets
  5. Training games – 05 Ms word files – 05 games

Documents available: English version – Vietnamese version

COURSE CONTENTS

  • Icebreaker
  • Ground rules
  • Workshop objectives

Part 1: Understanding Lean

  • About Six Sigma
  • About Lean
  • History Behind Lean
  • Toyota Production Systems
  • The Toyota Precepts

Part 2: Liker’s The Toyota Way

  • Overview
  • Philosophy
  • Process
  • People and partners
  • Problem solving

Part 3: The Toyota Production Systems (TPS) House

  • Overview
  • The goals of TPS
  • The First Pillar: Just In Time (JIT)
  • The Second Pillar: Jikoda (Error-Free Production)
  • Kaizen (Continuous Improvement)
  • The foundation of the house

Part 4: The Five Principles of Lean

  • Value
  • Value Stream
  • Flow
  • Pull
  • Pursue Perfection

Part 5: Value – The First Improvement Concept

  • Overview of The Kano Model
  • Basic Characteristics
  • Satisfiers
  • Delighters
  • Applying The Kano Model

Part 6: Waste – The Second Improvement Concept

  • Muda
  • Mura
  • Muri
  • The new wastes

Part 7: Variation – The Third Improvement Concept

  • Common Cause
  • Special Cause
  • Tampering
  • Structural

Part 8: Complexity – The Fourth Improvement Concept

  • What is Complexity?
  • What Causes Complexity?
  • How to Simplify

Part 9:  Continuous Improvement – The Fifth Improvement Concept

  • The PDSA Cycle: Plan, Do, Study, Act
  • The DMAIC Method

Part 10: Tools

  • Gemba
  • Genchi Genbutsu
  • Womack’s Principle
  • Kaizen
  • A roadmap for Implementation

Part 11: Review – Question And Answer

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