Operations and Management Information System
Efficiency and Productivity Improvement
Length
3 Days
Start Date
December 3
Fee
N255, 000
Location
Lagos

In today’s highly competitive environment, being a lean organisation has become extremely important. This seminar helps provide programme participants with the strategic knowledge and skills to apply lean principles in business organisations. Participants will gain an overview of the Toyota Production System and the origins and principles of lean methodology, and will develop a working knowledge of its supporting tools and techniques. The seminar covers the five stages to lean, waste-free operations, including the application of mapping and continuous improvement tools, and offers an opportunity to work as a team with fellow participants and implement lean principles in a realistic operations simulation and Kaizen event regarding value enhancement, lean startup methodology, practical method for lean pillar deployment in contemporary manufacturing and service oriented organizations. In today’s complex business environment, characterised by pervasive economic uncertainty, increasing customer expectations and intensifying competition, organisations are constantly seeking to develop and executive a winning strategy especially on cost reduction and continuous improvement as per quality product and service delivery.

            The lean methodology encourages continuous improvement, which is a long-term process where small changes are implemented systematically. These changes to processes are incremental and increases quality and efficiency. The term Lean Management refers to an end to end business process and system for organizing and managing product development, manufacturing, operations, service, suppliers, customer relations, and the overall enterprise. Lean applies in every business and process. It is not a cost reduction program, but an approach to optimize end to end processes towards having maximum value for everybody through the systemic identification and elimination of losses.

         This intensive three-day seminar begins with an exploration of lean principle, methodology, tools, types and categorization of wastes via loss stream, lessons from the Toyota production system (TPS), concepts of efficiency and productivity,  and case discussion. The second day will focus on Lean Archetype, lean supply chain (Lean in value-adding stream), lean-based accounting, and practical sessions of lean implementation in manufacturing and service organizations. The third will address lean Architecture, lean deployment, lean implementation, Process Kaizen Event (PKE), lean maturity, and ethical aspects of lean thinking. Participants will learn how to close challenges of operational underperformance via losses in the value stream, acquire the skills of diagnosing process toward identification of gaps, people capability building regarding operation systems, management infrastructure, mind-set, and behavioral mapping of organizational employees. Also, take-away will include practical ability to implement lean and sustaining a lean culture in both manufacturing and service organizations.

 

Programme Curriculum

         Fundamentals of Lean Thinking and Methodology

  • Introduction  and Overview of Seminar
  • Concepts of  Efficiency and Productivity Improvement (Paradigm Shift)
  • Lean Methodology  and Principles
  • Lean Tools ( e.g. Gemba, 5s, Visual management, PDCA)
  • Root-causes and types of Wastes / Losses  in manufacturing and service organizations
  • Value Stream Mapping and Throughput maximization  via lean approach
  • Video
  • Case / discussion

 

      Lean Archetype: Office, Service, and Manufacturing

  • Lean in Manufacturing organizations
  • Lean in Service Organizations
  • Lean in Office and IT
  • Lean Metrics
  • Lean Supply Chain: Value Chain Lean implementation
  • Lean-based Accounting  fundamentals and application
  • Practical Industrial lean game / experience  ( Industry experience / expertise)

         Lean Deployment

  • Lean Architecture: Operating System, Mindset & Behavioral Capabilities, and Management Infrastructure
  • Practical lean Deployment: Operational Pillar Approach for Manufacturing and Service organizations
  • Lean implementation pillars: Standard Daily Work (SDW), Plan Maintenance, Safety, Health, & Environment (SHE), Focused Improvement, Training & Development, Early Management, Quality.
  • Process Kaizen Event ( PKE) and class exercise
  • Lean Maturity and Continuous Improvement
  • Video on lean application
  • Ethical Aspects of a Lean enterprise : Business, People, and Environmental implications

 

Key Learning Outcomes

Participants on this programme will understand:

  • Concepts and frameworks that will integrate efficiency and productivity improvement using lean principles and techniques.   
  • Matching mindsets and behaviors of organizational employees to the lean operating system in a challenging business environment.
  • Reconciling business needs, improvement potential and change capability towards driving efficiency and growing productivity levels.
  • Identification and elimination of key sources of wastes and losses in the value-adding streams of an organization.
  • Equip participants with practical tools to drive efficiency and improve productivity towards being cost-efficient while delivering high quality products and services.

Target Audience

 

The program is designed to benefit two key groups:

  • Team leaders, and middle to senior-level in operations roles in the  private and public sectors (
  • Operations managers, Production managers, Plant managers, Technical managers, Engineering / Maintenance managers, Quality and Assurance managers, Procurement / Logistics managers, and Supply Chain managers )
  • Senior executives / business leaders in manufacturing, supply chain, and service organizations who are responsible for driving efficiency and improving organizational productivity levels.

Faculty

  • Dr. Marvel Ogah
  • Dr. Obinna Muogboh
  • Dr. Frank Ojadi

A very rich and rewarding experience comparable to the best practices. A rich program both in teory and in case studies. Very high level faculty with relevant industry experience.”

Upcoming Sessions

2019

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