Lean 101 Pack. Seat License.

Lean 101 Pack. Seat License.

This collection of videos comes from our Lean 101 module group, and allows a single trainer to use the videos to train his or her team.

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Lean 101 Pack. Seat License.

6 Videos

  • Lean Overview

    This video is a narrated PowerPoint presentation from our Lean Training System. It provides an overview of what Lean is, a brief history, why it is used, and a variety of other general information about the Lean philosophy of improvement.

  • Quality Overview

    This video is a narrated presentation of our Quality Overview class. It covers the definition of quality, several ways to look at it, and ways to improve it.

  • Standardization Overview

    This video is a narrated presentation of our Standardization class. It covers what standardization is, how people respond to it, the various types and levels of standardization, and more.

  • Value Added (VA) / Non-Value Added (NVA) Work

    This video is a narrated presentation of our Value-Added / Non Value-Added class. It covers the definition of value-added work and non value-added work. It provides an overview of how to look at the concept of value as it affects your push for continuous improvement.

  • Waste Identification (Legacy Module Video)

    Identifying waste is a core skill for a person in a Lean organization. This video helps people learn to structure their review of a process by breaking the waste down into seven categories. For most people, it is easier to recognize waste when it is looked at in this manner.
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  • Working With Metrics

    One of the major changes employees will experience in a continuous improvement focused company is the prevalence of working with many measurements. "Working With Metrics" explains why metrics are used, discusses pros, cons and costs, and touches on how to work within a metrics-driven organization