Competitive advantages or even survival of companies might be achieved only through innovations and improvement of what exists today. Improvement management is not a firm concept but offers different tools to be applied based on specific production plant conditions. Thanks to them higher and higher standards may be set without having negative impact on operators’ workload or huge investments.
Your needs are:
Understand improvement technics in production
Set a robust process for Improvement Management in the Mass production phase
Apply the right continuous improvement tools
Measure the improvement through relevant indicators
Involve people on all organizational level to continuous improvement process
Continuous improvement specialists
Continuous improvement management and IATF 16 949
Process Improvement and Standardization
Overview of continuous improvement methods - Quality Circles, Six Sigma, Idea Management, …
Process continuous improvement versus Process Reengineering
People involvement and motivation
Improvement Management Indicators definition and follow-up
Duration: 2 days.
in-house session only
In-house module: 890 EUR/day (member), 975 EUR/day (non-member) + travel cost for a group up to 10 participants.