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Maximize Efficiency – Learn to Eight wastes of Lean – March 10

Maximize Customer Value While Minimizing Waste, with a Professional Certificate in Lean Enterprise.

Is your organization bogged down by the waste of “waiting” – for information, instructions, parts, or equipment? Waiting is one of the most overlooked and easiest-to-remedy wastes, as identified by Lean philosophy.

Lean enterprise is a strategy for streamlining the total business process, whether you work in service or manufacturing. And the simplest way to describe waste is: something that adds no value. By learning the universally applicable Eight Wastes of Lean, you can transform the time, space, tools, effort, and expense of getting the job done.

Class starts March 10, 2016. In just 12 weeks, gain practical knowledge you can immediately apply.

The SDSU Advantage
– Nationally recognized team of instructors
– Company tours to see Lean in action
– Parking included and adjacent to classroom
– Course material, tours, snacks, and lunch included on full-days

Video, and Student Testimonials

Lean Enterprise Video

Lean Enterprise Certificate Program Video

Feeding America

Feeding America More Efficiently
As part of its community outreach, TaylorMade Golf Company sponsored two students from Feeding America San Diego to earn their Professional Certificate in Lean Enterprise through SDSU’s College of Extended Studies. MORE

Kris Manning, Lean Program

Kris Manning, Vice President,
Clark Construction Group

“The SDSU program afforded me the opportunity to realize that Lean is much more about developing and sustaining a Lean culture rather than selectively using a set of tools.” MORE

Class Starts March 10. Register Now.

Lean Enterprise Topics
Session dates are all Thursdays

Lean Basics and Simulation

Plan Do Check Act (PDCA) Problem Solving & A3 Thinking

Value Stream Mapping – Current State Map/Site Tour

Cells & Facility Layout/Standard Work

Visual Workplace & 5S/Project Mid-Term Presentations

Kaizen Events/Administrative Lean

Value Stream Mapping – Future State Map/Site Tour

Quick Changeover/Mistake Proofing

Metrics and Incentives/Site Tour

Change Management/Creating a Sustainable Lean Culture

Equipment Management/Site Tour

Project Presentations; Graduation

For more information or to bring all or part of this program to your organization call (619) 594-1153, or email lean@sdsu.edu.