LEAN SIX SIGMA TOOLS & TECHNIQUES
Creating Valuable Human Capital to drive Lean Six Sigma through LSS Tools & Techniques training
This class covers a broad range of lean tools and techniques to equip participants with the sufficient depth of knowledge on these Lean Six SIgma Tools and Techniques.
Tools and techniques covered include:
- TIMWOOD-I Waste Identification
- Cell Layout & Design
- Establishing Flow using FIFO Lanes
- Installing Kanban Pull
- Leveling using Heijuka
- Making the workplace visual through Visual Management
- Productivity improvements through 5S
- Layout design using Spaghetti Diagrams
- Mapping the end to end Value Streams
- Project Selection considerations
- Project & Scope Definition
- Developing a Data Collection Plan
- Deploying Control Charts
- Setting in place the Control Plan
- Failure Mode Effect Analysis to proactively anticipate failures and identifying clear responses
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Eagles Wings Consulting Pte Ltd
Tel: 9735 1136
Why Eagles Wings Consulting?
* Lean, Six Sigma, Agile & Service Design
* Leadership and ground level experience
* Operating since 2004
* Based in Singapore
* Training, Consulting & Coaching
* Clients from many industries including Health-Care, MRO, IT, Education, Government, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Finance, Telecoms and many others
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