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Lean - Kaizen

Menu-Operational Management

LEAN Essence:
  • 1. Removing non-value within the value stream processes to achieve them less effort and better results
  • 2. Increasing orders’ rate of passage through the company, to customers, using the principle of pulling (pull) instead of the principle of pushing (push) of the orders to be achieved.
  • 3. Continuous improvement (PDCA cycle).
  • Better, cheaper, faster - by a continuous process improvement!

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    Management of the company

    Menu-Operational Management

    Contents of training:
  • Cascading KPI indicators from top to base; correlation between KPI, short-term objectives and targets, strategy development and adaptation, efficacy and efficiency within the company.
  • Procedures / standardization on hierarchical levels
  • The combination of indicators with activity plans per each level (what is to be done to get the best KPI); work with plans of modern activities and adapted to a flexible and efficient way of working.
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    „PROJECT Management” Training (MP)

    Menu-Operational Management

    Launching project theme - SWOT, Pareto; SMART objectives; feasibility study & economic evaluation, decision.
    • Life cycle of projects - specific processes
    • Detailed activity structure SDA - Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), project evaluation
    • Risk management. Risk identification, monitoring and control

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    Six Sigma for managers

    Menu-Operational Management

    Six Sigma is a project management methodology aimed at increasing the quality of products / services by determining and removing the causes of defects and variability (potential or detected), so as to ensure customer’s satisfaction. The projects and the tools used follow a well-defined series of steps that ensure proper prioritization of projects, detailed analysis with statistical methods of processes, determining the implications / deep causes and making correct decisions on the activities intended to be achieved. The decisions concerning the projects are taken on the basis of clear and verifiable data, not based on assumptions or hypotheses. The projects are aimed at achieving measurable and quantifiable financial goals.

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    LEAN –Office (including 5S Office, 7 Wastes Office)

    Menu-Operational Management LEAN Essence:
  • 1. Removing non-value within the value stream processes to achieve them less effort and better results.
  • 2. Increasing orders’ rate of passage through the company, to customers.
  • 3. Continuous improvement (PDCA cycle).
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