Building Key Capabilities:
We help managers and functional specialists develop the skills and capabilities to effectively execute strategy, solve problems, redesign processes, improve performance levels. In structured training sessions (“boot camps”), participants learn not only technical skills, but also how to work under pressure and stretch beyond their comfort zone. Those champions will grow personally and professionally, and bring home not only seminar papers but also significantly enhanced capabilities. Champions are required to apply new skills and solve an actual business problem, generating a financial benefit, typically worth 5-20x of training costs. In other words, the training is valuable and also profitable.
The first group of Yellow Belt students completed their Lean-course, improved organization and process performance, resulting in better on-time-in-full (OTIF) delivery to vessels being served.
After a one-year project implementation phase champions from Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands and Switzerland completed the Lean training and received their Black Belt certificates.
Performance Improvement Program (PIP) was kicked-off by Wrist Ship Supply with an initial training of the leadership team in Aalborg, Denmark to build critical skills.
Lean champions who attained Black Belt level are now proficient in value stream mapping in manufacturing and service, root-cause identification and elimination, process-redesign and standardization.
Trainees at all levels of the organization learned how to effectively reduce waste, variability, and inflexibility (3 losses), while getting certified as Lean Yellow Belts.
Removing causes to prevent repeat problems is a foundational skill for key people, such as managers, supervisors and specialists to systematically improve right-first-time (RFT) rate.
Executive Lean Training (ELT) helps senior managers gain a solid understanding of Lean management principles and practices to become more effective sponsoring and steering change-programs.
Lean Certification Program (LCP) for a global industrial manufacturing group. The program systematically builds skills by training and certifying people in Lean and process management.