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Lean Black Belt
8 Days | 5.6 CEUs

Overview:

This course is designed to prepare the black belt or “master practitioner” for implementing lean across the enterprise. It will lay the groundwork for building a lean enterprise transformation by portraying the entire spectrum of a lean transformation from traditional processes to a lean product delivery system. By the end of this course, participants will be able to answer these questions:

1. How do the steps of the lean enterprise fit together?
2. How does a lean "black belt" provide direction and vision toward a corporate lean effort?
3. How does a lean "black belt" apply the principles of lean across the enterprise?

This eight-day program is divided into two separate four-day programs. Participants are required to submit a project for evaluation after the first course and before completing the second course. Participants who successfully complete a project will receive IIE’s Lean Black Belt.

What You Will Learn:

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Accomplish supplier and logistics integration
  • Complete a lean enterprise transformation
  • Develop a multitiered product delivery system
  • Identify the components of a lean process
  • Integrate rate-based planning and scheduling
  • Configure to demand
  • Develop lean process flows
  • Implement lean in your organization
  • Reduce cycle time through minimizing wait times

Course Content

  • Planning Required to Complete a Lean Enterprise Transformation
  • Performing a Business Strategy and Aligning Your Customers’ Requirements with Your Company’s Business Goals
  • Configuring Products and Services and Developing a Multitiier Product Delivery System
  • Identifying the Components Of a Lean Process
    -  Flow
    -  Point of Use
    -  Pull
    -  Quality
    -  Takt
  • Integrating Rate based Planning and Scheduling
  • Implementing Finished Goods Inventory Strategies And Customer Integration
  • Accomplishing Supplier and Logistics Integration and Supplier Pull/ Broadcast
  • Articulating and Executing a Prioritized Action Plan to Institutionalize Continual Improvement in Your Organization and Be a Positive Statistic of Continual Improvement
  • Go 'Configure to Demand'- A look at how to move toward a multitiered product delivery system using:
    - Product Configuration
    - Planning Bills of Materials
    - Product Delivery System Integration Techniques
  • Learn the Process Flow- A look at how to establish flow and how to make it lean using lean process design techniques:
    - Baseline Process
    - Product Anatomy
    - Process Anatomy
    - Activity Level Data Collection
    - Lean Design
    - Data Analysis
    - New Process Design (Flow, Point of Use, Pull, Quality, Takt)
    - Lean Tools (e.g. Point of Use and Visual Controls)
  • Rate-based Planning- A look at how to plan the resources necessary for operating in a lean environment using:
    - Schedule Cycle and Footprint
    - Mix Model Sequencing
    - Sequencing and Pacing Box
    - Capacity Planning and Response Profiles
  • Pull from Customer Through Supply- A look at how to reduce customer waiting time significantly and increase customer satisfaction using:
    - Finished Goods Inventory Strategies
    - Point of Sale Data
    - Production Planning
    - Material Control
    - Kanban

CLASS CANCELLATION:

IIE reserves the right to cancel a class up to 15 business days prior to the scheduled start date

 

registration fee

Member: $3,195
Non-Member: $3,545

course schedule

Course ID: 1953
Mar 16 - 19, 2015
Apr 20 - 23, 2015
Norcross, GA
1953

Course ID: 1954
Oct 26 - 29, 2015
Dec 1 - 4, 2015
Norcross, GA
1954

Course ID: 2149
Apr 11 - 14, 2016
May 2 - 5, 2016
Norcross, GA
2149

 
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