- To identify the customer needs and translate of the lean improvements into quality parameters - To study, test and quantitatively assess the impact of different LEAN improvement options - To apply and pilot the DMAIC cycle in your work or projects - To investigate and manage process deviations and to evaluate lean project risks
- recognize and apply LEAN practices and methods in your work or projects - plan for LEAN transfer and tests - make LEAN tests - complete a final LEAN project plan for piloting lean in your work or projects - assess the impact of LEAN
Online course, with materials and tasks in Moodle Face-to-face workshops in classroom to demonstrate lean manufacturing principles.
Appropriate litterature, books and articles and internet resources.
One credit corresponds 27 hours student work.
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