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• Exercises reinforce concepts and keep learners engaged.
• Printable PDF Reference Guide for future use.
• Solid technical content developed by experts.
• Learners progress through the training at their own pace.
• Bookmarking so learners can start and stop the training as time allows.
• Certificate of Completion that can be easily printed or saved.
• CEUs awarded to fulfill continuing education requirements.

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5 Core Tools package (APQP, FMEA, MSA, PPAP, & SPC)

32a90 Day access to purchase Core Tools package (APQP, FMEA, MSA, & SPC) and receive PPAP Free. $39.00 (1/2 credit) discount

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DOE: Screening Experiments

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 32aThis course provides an introduction to the concepts of Design of Experiments along with detailed instruction on how to conduct screening experiments using Placket-Burman and Taguchi techniques.

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Basic SPC Training

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 38aBasic SPC Training provides a solid understanding of variation and the statistics upon which control charts are based. It covers the use of the most common variable and attributes control charts including x-bar & R-charts, moving average charts, p-charts, u-charts, np charts, and c charts as well as basic process capability concepts.

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Basic SPC for Business Processes Training

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline Statistical Process Control (SPC) training can be time-consuming and frustrating because of the complex nature of the statistics underlying SPC control charts. Basic SPC for Business Processes is a comprehensive online training course for service/office professionals and technicians that makes understanding and applying statistical process control concepts easy.

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Advanced SPC

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 39aAdvanced SPC teaches engineers and quality personnel how to select and set-up control charts as well as how to conduct process capability studies. X-bar & R charts, IX & MR charts, other variable-data charts and attribute charts are covered. Methods for conducting process capability studies include how to deal with complications encountered during capability studies. The training also covers alternative process capability measures including Six Sigma capability and the use of Z-values.

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The 5S’s: Workplace Organization

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 41aThe 5S’s course introduces concepts of workplace organization and walks learners through each of the stages of the 5S process (Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize and Sustain) so that they can apply the techniques in their job and work area. The course includes a roadmap for implementing the 5S’s along with examples of successes in each 5S stage to help trigger ideas for the learner for their 5S effort.

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Lean Manufacturing

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44aThis course provides learners with a comprehensive understanding of how Lean Manufacturing works in a manufacturing company. Lean concepts (why lean, lean terminology, identifying wastes, Value Stream Mapping methods and the linkage between lean and Six Sigma) and lean practices (streamlining the value stream, workplace organization, ensuring predictability and consistency, set-up reduction, TPM, the visual workplace and continuous improvement) are covered. The course provides the learner with lean implementation suggestions including approaches for addressing people issues, collecting and analyzing data to plan and track lean efforts, process workflow and layouts options with rationale and a sequential roadmap.

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Lean for Business Processes

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44sThis course provides learners with a comprehensive understanding of how Lean Manufacturing works in a transaction or non-manufacturing business. Lean concepts (why lean, lean terminology, identifying wastes, Value Stream Mapping methods and the linkage between lean and Six Sigma) and lean practices (streamlining the value stream, workplace organization, ensuring predictability and consistency, the visual workplace and continuous improvement) are covered. The course provides the learner with lean implementation suggestions including approaches for addressing people issues, collecting and analyzing data to plan and track lean efforts, process workflow and layouts options with rationale and a sequential roadmap.

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Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08This course introduces learners to the fundamentals of lean and Six Sigma as complementary, additive methodologies that focus on both waste and variation reduction. An overview of the supporting infrastructure needed to sustain the effort is covered as well as examples of Lean Six Sigma application in manufacturing, the office, order entry, warehousing and distribution, sales and R&D.

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Mapping Office Workflows

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 47m02Mapping Office Workflows helps office workers create visual representations of processes that they work in and provides them with tools that help unveil different aspects of their workflow and see the processes they work in from different angles. By using one or more of the mapping tools covered (Brown-Paper Flow, Workflow Diagrams, Flowcharting, Value-Stream Mapping), learners will be able to identify the causes of nagging problems and take action to remedy them.

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Introduction to AIAG-VDA FMEAs

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 47m02This online training introduces learners to the 2019 AIAG-VDA FMEA Process. Participants will complete the course with an understanding of the new FMEA methodology including the 7-step FMEA process and Action Priority Tables. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) techniques have been used for over 70 (yes, SEVENTY!) years. In recent years, use of FMEAs has gained popularity as a quality improvement tool. Most industries are now using FMEA techniques as part of their risk assessment and risk mitigation strategies.

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AIAG-VDA Process-FMEAs

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 47m02This online training prepares learners to participate on the core team of a Process-FMEA (PFMEA) using the 2019 AIAG-VDA FMEA Process. The course provides a background understanding of FMEAs including their history, detailed instruction on how to use the seven-step FMEA process and highlights tips for getting the most out of PFMEAs. Most industries are now using FMEA techniques as part of their risk assessment and risk mitigation strategies. Unlike many quality improvement tools, FMEAs do not require complicated statistics yet they can yield significant savings for a company as well as reduce potential risks and associated liabilities of a product or process that does not perform as intended.

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AIAG-VDA Design-FMEAs

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 47m02This online training prepares learners to participate on the core team of a Design-FMEA (DFMEA) using the 2019 AIAG-VDA FMEA Process. The course provides a background understanding of FMEAs, provides detailed instruction for participating on a DFMEA Core Team and conceptually introduces FMEAs for Monitoring and System Response (FMEA-MSR). Most industries are now using FMEA techniques as part of their risk assessment and risk mitigation strategies. Unlike many quality improvement tools, FMEAs do not require complicated statistics. FMEA studies can yield significant savings for a company as well as reduce potential risks and associated liabilities of a product or process that does not perform as intended.

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FMEA Training

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 46aFMEA Training provides step-by-step instructions on how to conduct both Design-FMEAs (DFMEAs) and Process-FMEAs (PFMEAs). Learners completing this training will be able to effectively participate on a FMEA team and make immediate contributions to quality and productivity improvement efforts.

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FMEA For Business Processes

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline FMEA Training provides step-by-step instructions on how to conduct Process-FMEAs (PFMEAs) in a non-manufacturing setting. Learners completing this training will be able to effectively participate on an FMEA team and make immediate contributions to quality and productivity improvement efforts.

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Mistake-Proofing Training!

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 49aThis course arms learners with a comprehensive background on mistake-proofing techniques focusing on problem prevention rather than problem detection/correction. Practical tools to design and implement mistake-proofing solutions are presented. The course includes approximately 150 examples of mistake-proofed solutions to provide learners with visual and mental triggers to mistake-proof their own processes.

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Error-Proofing Business Processes

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 49sError-Proofing Business Processes is designed specifically for those working in offices and transactional environments. This course explores how to error-proof transactional processes by studying both the server-side (service provider) and the customer-side of the transaction. The course provides learners with techniques to uncover the root cause of errors and then prevent their recurrence.

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Gage Training

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 55aGage Training is metrology, gage and GD&T training designed for operators and technicians who use dimensional gages in their jobs. Learners are introduced to basic dimensional metrology concepts including an introduction to geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) and the fundamentals of surface finishes. Gage Training also covers how to take measurements with the most frequently used dimensional instruments including calipers, micrometers, height and depth gages, fixed gages, gage blocks and surface plates and helps learners understand how to avoid common measuring mistakes.

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Measurement System Analysis

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 57aMeasurement System Analysis includes detailed instruction on a variety techniques for conducting GR&R (Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility) Studies and how to improve existing measurement systems following QS-9000/TS-16949 guidelines. It also includes training on managing the measurement system.

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Quality Improvement Fundamentals

57aSee Course Objectives | See Course Outline Quality Improvement Fundamentals focuses on gathering data and using that data with eight powerful data display tools. The eight tools all use display techniques that literally turn the data into pictures. All processes generate data and that data can help us better understand our processes so that we can make informed decisions on how to improve or “fix” them. If we use data display tools, those tools help present the data in the form of a “picture” that provides valuable clues about what is happening with the process and its outcomes.

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Fundamentals of APQP

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 59aAdvanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) was originated to provide a common, standardized process for planning, developing and communicating the requirements and status of new products and services between suppliers and their customers. The Fundamentals of APQP course helps learners understand the five phases of the APQP process and apply it to the development of new products and their corresponding processes.

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8D Problem-Solving

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 61aThis course teaches learners how to solve problems in a team setting using the 8-D (8-Discipline) problem-solving method. The course includes tutorials on dozens of problem-solving tools that help identify, analyze and fix problems.

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The Basics of DMAIC

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 63m01This course is a variation of the “DMAIC Problem-Solving” course. Its strong focus on Value Stream Mapping aligns the course with a Lean Six Sigma approach. The course includes tutorials on many problem-solving tools that help identify, analyze and fix problems.

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The Role of a Lean Six Sigma Champion

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 64m01The Role of a Lean Six Sigma Champion course gives champions the knowledge they need to successfully mentor project teams and bridge the gap between black belts and organization management. Participants learn how to keep teams aligned with core business objectives, stay focused and achieve success.

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Root Cause Analysis

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aRoot Cause Analysis with Corrective Action leads the learner through a four-step process for uncovering and tackling sources of problems and defects so that root causes can be addressed and the resulting problems eliminated for good.

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IATF Internal Auditing

View Demo |See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aThis course, Internal Auditing for IATF 16949, prepares in-house personnel to serve on internal teams auditing against the IATF 16949 standard. Participants not only learn the details of each of the six steps of conducting an internal audit, but specifically how to use a process focus as required by the IATF 16949 standard.

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Internal Auditing

View Demo |See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aCost of Quality provides an excellent means to measure and track costs associated with poor quality, quality improvement and quality control. But it requires commitment from a wide range of functions throughout an organization. These groups need to have a common understanding of COQ and need to work together to establish meaningful measures.

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Cost of Quality

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aCost of Quality provides an excellent means to measure and track costs associated with poor quality, quality improvement and quality control. But it requires commitment from a wide range of functions throughout an organization. These groups need to have a common understanding of COQ and need to work together to establish meaningful measures.

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Design FMEA Basics

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aFailure Mode and Effectives Analysis (FMEA) training provides step-by-step instructions on how to conduct a Design-FMEAs (DFMEA). Learners completing this training will be able to effectively participate on an DFMEA team and make immediate contributions to quality and productivity improvement efforts.

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Five Whys

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65a5 Whys training introduces learners to this problem-solving technique including how to formulate “why?” questions and then how to collect and analyze data to properly answer the questions. Examples of the questioning process in a variety of settings are provided and pitfalls to using the process are discussed along with strategies to avoid them. 5 Whys is a problem-solving technique used to get to the root cause of an issue by asking “why?” 5 times (or more).

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Introduction to Cost of Quality

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aThis course will provide leaders, managers, supervisors and others who use, but are not involved in the day to day calculation and maintenance of Cost of Quality Reports with a working knowledge of the basic concepts and language of Cost of Quality.

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Introduction to FMEAs

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aThis online training introduces learners to the basic concepts of conducting a Failure Mode and Effects Analysis. It is ideal for managers and supervisors who oversee teams responsible for conducting FMEAs, but who will not be actually serving on the FMEA team.

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Overview of APQP

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aThe Overview of APQP training is ideal for managers and supervisors who oversee departments responsible for Advanced Product Quality Planning. This is a short online course intended to explain the basic approach and scope of the Advanced Product and Quality Planning (APQP) methodology.

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Overview of Root Cause Analysis

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aOverview of Root Cause Analysis online training provides the learner with a basic understanding of the principles and techniques of Root Cause Analysis and Corrective Action. The course is ideal for managers and supervisors who need to understand the terminology and process of RCA without needing to know the specific “how to” details.

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Lean for Job Shops

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 45aLean for Job Shops online training is designed specifically to help Job Shops adapt, prioritize and apply Lean Manufacturing tools and techniques to a Job Shop environment. Participants will learn how to implement Lean Manufacturing practices to complement the realities of their unique job shop environment.

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Process FMEA Basics

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aProcess FMEA Basics training provides step-by-step instructions on how to conduct a Process FMEAs. Learners completing this training will be able to effectively participate on an PFMEA team and make immediate contributions to quality and productivity improvement efforts.

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Risk-Based Thinking

View Demo | See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 65aBoth industry-wide and industry-specific standards have incorporated risk-based thinking into their requirements. Some standards call for assessing risk levels and taking action to deal with risks that are identified, others call for organizations to define risk management protocols. But, in all cases, the underlying premise of risk-based thinking is that organizations should always factor in risks as they develop plans, review business results and take corrective action. The intent is for the organization to identify the risk, decide what (if any) action is required and then act.

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Production Part Approval Process

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 59m03PPAP was developed by AIAG (the Automotive Industry Action Group) and it is an important part of their comprehensive Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) approach.

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Advanced Control Charts

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08Control charts are tools that are used to monitor and control variation in processes. Control charts enable operators to determine if the variation in a process is due to expected common causes or if something unexpected has happened to change the expected output. With this information, an operator can then decide whether or not to adjust the process.

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Advanced Process Capability

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08Process Capability Study is a tool used to determine if a stable process is capable of meeting a customer’s specification. Process capability is based on statistical techniques that are used to predict the complete output of a process based on a relatively small sample. There are different ways to measure process capability including the capability ratio, capability index and the Cpk. The Cpk is the most commonly used measure of process capability because it not only determines if the process is capable is meeting the spec, but it also predicts how well the process is centered on the nominal of the specification.

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Control Chart Basics

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08Control charts are tools that are used to monitor and control variation in processes. Control charts enable operators to determine if the variation in a process is due to expected common causes or if something unexpected has happened to change the expected output. With this information, an operator can then decide whether or not to adjust the process.

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Control Plan Basics

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08The intent of a Control Plan is to create a structured approach for control of process and product elements while focusing the organization on characteristics important to the customer. An important part of a Control Plan is a Reaction Plan that clearly specifies what action to take in case an out-of-control condition occurs. Development and use of Control Plans are a vital aspect of a comprehensive Advanced Quality Planning Process (APQP).

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Introduction to Mistake-Proofing

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08Introduction to Mistake-Proofing is an online training course designed to introduce learners to the prevention-focused mindset that is the cornerstone of mistake-proofing. Learners will also become familiar with mistake-proofing concepts, tools and techniques used to formulate (and evaluate) mistake-proofing solutions.

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Introduction to the 5S’s

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08The Introduction to the 5S’s online training program consists of two lessons and a challenge. Lesson 1, What is 5S All About? Takes the learner through each of the 5S’s (Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain.). In Lesson 2, An Organization-Wide 5S Effort. A roadmap for implementing the 5S’s is presented. The Challenge tests the learner’s knowledge of the subject matter.

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Lean Implementation

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08This course introduces leaders and managers to a step-by-step implementation plan and roadmap for implementing Lean. Simply put, lean organizations are customer-focused. They reduce waste in their value streams by improving workflows and then by subsequently improving the physical layout of their facilities.

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Lean Mindset

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08This course explores the mindset needed to launch and sustain a successful Lean initiative. The most productive lean efforts extend beyond manufacturing to the entire organization; it is everyone’s job to drive waste out of the organization.

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Lean Process Layouts

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08This course explores sources and formats for collecting and analyzing data for lean efforts and shows how to use that data to design process flow patterns and physical layout options leading to lean practices. Manufacturing process layouts are an important focus in Lean organizations because they are often full of inefficiencies that lead to wasted time, effort and materials.

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Lean Support Processes

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08This course will help employees who support manufacturing operations understand how Lean Manufacturing will impact their functions and responsibilities. Each key function purchasing, scheduling, accounting and shipping/warehousing) is presented in terms of how its role needs to change to support lean manufacturing as well as how wastes need to be driven out of the supporting process itself.

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Overview of Lean

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08This course provides an overview of the principles and practices of Lean. It is a great starting point for organizations to introduce managers and employees to the concepts and benefits of Lean Manufacturing. Simply put, lean organizations are customer-focused. They reduce waste in their value streams by improving workflows and then by subsequently improving the physical layout of their facilities.

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Process Capability Basics

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08This course provides a basic understanding of what process capability is and how it is statistically measured. Process Capability Ratio (Cr) and Process Capability Index (Cp) are covered to help understand the basic concept of process capability and then Cpk is explained and presented as a better measure of true process capability.

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Set-Up Reduction Basics

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08Set-Up Reduction Basics introduces learners to the importance of quick equipment changeover and teaches the basic tools to reduce set-up time. Perhaps one of the most important yet underappreciated aspects of lean is reducing the time to set-up or changeover processes from one product to another. Whenever process equipment is being “set-up” or “changed-over” to make the next part, it is not productive, and “waste” is incurred. Reducing set-up time converts time equipment is shutdown being reconfigured to make another product into productive time.

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TPM Basics

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08TPM Basics teaches learners the importance of equipment up-time in a Lean Manufacturing environment and introduces Total Productive Maintenance tools and techniques along with a three-phase implementation process. Lean organizations strive to reduce waste in all phases of the operation. Some of the least understood and most overlooked sources of waste relates to the condition and maintenance of processing equipment. One premise of Lean Manufacturing is that equipment is ready to run whenever it is needed (to meet customer demands).

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Understanding Variation

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08This courses is a primer in the statistics used for SPC (Statistical Process Control); topics covered include building and using a histogram to understand variation, patterns of variation, measures of variation (mean, range, standard deviation), the normal curve and process stability. Both graphical and mathematical techniques of measuring variation are covered. This course is a targeted training course and provides focused training on concepts of variation that serve as the foundation of control charts.

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Value Stream Mapping

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08In this targeted online training, learners will gain an understanding of the purpose of conducting a value stream analysis and what a value stream map is. Steps to streamline a value stream from current state to future state are presented. A value stream is another term for a process that has inputs, performs work on those inputs, and generates an output that has added value. The basic premise of a value stream is that value is added as goods or services stream through the process.

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Visual Workplace Basics

See Course Objectives | See Course Outline 44m08Visual Workplace Basics introduces learners to the concept of visual controls, prompts and displays as tools that can make work easier and reduce errors. When an organization commits to create a Visual Workplace, they are committing to exploring ways that make it easier for people to get their work done effectively and efficiently. Most Visual Workplace techniques involve the use of relatively “low-tech” common-sense modifications to work practices.

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