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In this current environment of increasing demand and limited resources, how can public agencies optimise resources and eliminate wastes to drive process and service improvements in the public sector?
Among process improvement methodologies, Lean is known for its simplicity to learn and apply in work processes. In this one-day programme, you will learn about Lean Thinking and its principles, particularly in reducing waste. There will also be hands-on opportunities to integrate knowledge of key Lean concepts, principles and tools.
Sign up for this workshop now to learn more about how Lean concepts and tools can be applicable in your work.
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
- Explain Lean thinking and its principles
- Recognise and reduce wastes in processes
- Identify common Lean tools and their applications
- A business process that works
- TIMWOOD-I wastes
- Where does lean come from?
- Lean in Industry video
- Value must be seen from the customer perspective
- Identify the value stream & example
- Lean Simulation Round 1
- The Impact of Batch Size
- FIFO Flow
- The 5S System
- Simulation Round 2
- Workload balancing
- Mistake proofing
- Establish pull
- Standard Work
- Visual Management
- Lean Simulation Round 3
- Lean A3 Problem Solving
Robert OhAn 38 years IT industry veteran in the areas of operations, product development and project management, Robert has 20 years of experience as a Lean/Lean Six Sigma (LSS) consultant, trainer and coach. He also works with clients to develop new processes, products and services using Agile. He has conducted more than 500 workshops, trained thousands of leaders, managers, and employees, to support continuous improvement, by adopting Lean/LSS ways of working. He is co-author of the book Strategic Lean Service. Robert was a leader in Invensys, Singapore Network Services and National Computer Board. In Invensys he was VP of a division in Asia Pacific and the global project manager of a worldwide lean deployment in this Division.
- 09 Jul (09:00 - 17:00)
(including 7% GST of $43.05)
- Registration closes on 04 Jul 2021
- First-come-first-serve basis.
- Course fee may vary on different financial year.
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