LEAN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT COURSE

LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT MARCH CLASS

Lean Supply Chain Management course will show you how organizations in every industry are achieving substantial cost savings, lead-time reductions and quality enhancements with proven Lean practices

START:
March 13, 2019
DURATION:
3 DAYS
PRICE
150,000.00

Address

PLOT 14,Odeniran close,Off Opebi,Oregun Link Bridge,Opebi Ikeja,Lagos   View map

LEAN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW

Lean Supply Chain Management course will show you how organizations in every industry are achieving substantial cost savings, lead-time reductions and quality enhancements with proven Lean practices – and how you can apply these same tools and techniques to develop your own world-class Lean supply chain. JK Michaels course is led by a team of expert Lean and supply chain practitioners. Their valuable tips, case studies and best practices provide a comprehensive understanding of Lean supply chain management, while their focus on practical applications empowers you to lead changes that will have an immediate positive impact on your supply chain.

 

LEAN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand the critical elements of the building the Lean Fulfillment Stream
  • Value-Stream Map the extended enterprise
  • Calculate “total cost of fulfillment” for the entire supply chain
  • Uncover areas of waste to reduce lead time and inventory levels
  • Develop customer and supplier measurement systems and accountability processes
  • Break down cross functional barriers for effective supply stream collaboration
  • Implement pull systems to drive material replenishment
  • Implement the concepts of increased delivery frequency, lot size reduction, and leveled flow
  • Implement lean tools to establish supply chain visibility
  • Create an optimized logistics network and implementation roadmap

 

LEAN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT COURSE BENEFITS:

By applying the concepts and principles learned in this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Improve supplier performance and accountability
  • Improve customer satisfaction and customer relationships
  • Drive lean supply-stream management and lean logistics through your organization
  • Reduce the total cost of fulfillment through the reduction of inventory, space, lead time, logistics costs, and increased fill rates.

Course Outline

Understanding the Supply Chain
Lean Thinking
Introducing Lean to the Supply Chain
Lean Supply Chain Tools & Practices
Value Stream Mapping
Kaizen
5S
Ancillary & other Lean Tools for the Supply Chain
Roadmap to Lean Implementation

Understanding the Supply Chain
» What is Supply Chain Management?
» Traditional & Modern Supply Chains
» Supply Chain Factors
» Decision Levels & Costs
» Supply Chain Drivers & Trade-offs

Lean Thinking
» Principles of Lean Thinking
» Lean Thinking Goals
» Types of Waste
» Value Creation Framework

Introducing Lean to the Supply Chain
» Evolution of Lean
» Advanced Lean Characteristics
» Lean Implementation Issues
» Challenges Involving Supply Chain Optimization

Lean Supply Chain Tools & Practices
» Value Stream Mapping
» Lean Enterprise Self Assessment Tool
» 5S & Cellular Flow
» Just-in-Time
» Kanban
» Kaizen
» TPM, Visual Management & Problem Solving

Value Stream Mapping
» Role of Value Stream Mapping
» What is Waste?
» Overview of Current State
» Overview of Future State

Kaizen
» Introduction to Kaizen
» Why Kaizen – use and benefits
» Finding Kaizen opportunities
» Kaizen Breakthrough Events
» How to keep Kaizen practices up & running effectively

5S
» Introduction to the Five Pillars
» The Benefits of 5S Implementation
» Detail on the Five Pillars: Sort the 5S’s, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain

Ancillary & other Lean Tools for the Supply Chain
» Supply Chain Response Matrix
» Quality Filter Mapping
» Demand Amplification
» Six Sigma

Roadmap to Lean Implementation
» 10 Steps to Effective Lean Implementation
» Case Studies – Lean Supply Chain
» Examples of Implementing Lean Supply Chain
» Benefits of Lean Supply Chain Implementation

Who Should Attend?

Lean Implementation Leaders, Logistics Managers, Supply Chain Managers, Material Managers, all senior management
Lean Manufacturers and suppliers to lean manufacturers
This workshop is specifically for the manufacturer who is ready to go outside the four walls of their plant and connect the plant to the supply base using Lean principles