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The different roles in improvement projects

The different roles in improvement projects

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Lean Six Sigma training overview

These programs are aimed at individuals and can be booked as open programs.

Successfully supporting improvement projects – Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training

- Introduction to Lean Six Sigma - Problem-solving process - Basics of moderation and motivation techniques - Tools and methods of the DMAIC cycle: - Define – Measure – Analyze – Improve – Control - Joint project processing and Kaizen performance

Successfully implementing improvement projects – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training

Introduction Lean Six Sigma @ thyssenkrupp - Methods of process improvements - DMAIC approach - Define Project management of Six Sigma projects - Measure Identification of critical customer & business requirements - Analyze Cause analysis and process mapping - Improve Development of solutions - Control Process control and monitoring

Successfully managing improvement projects as a leader – Lean Six Sigma Champion Training

Managers and employees responsible for improvement projects (project owners), as well as OPX multipliers. -Get to know Six Sigma@thyssenkrupp -Introduction to Six Sigma – roles and tasks -Get an overview of DMAIC and DFSS (Design for Six Sigma). -Be part of a simulation. -Be introduced to project examples and organization of Six Sigma rollouts.

Lean Six Sigma Agile4Belts Training

- Recap DMAIC - Implementation of agile principles in the DMAIC - General Express simulation – Let’s get agile - How to integrate agile in the individual phases – ideas and tools - How agile elements can be used across phases Helpful (digital) tools - Final quiz

DEEP DIVES

These offers are aimed at teams and organizations and can be carried out on request as so-called "in-house solutions" at your location.

Lean Six Sigma Agile4Belts Training

Do an introduction to agility with your team - what is it and why is agility so relevant for us?

You will learn:

  • Recap DMAIC cycle

  • Integration of agile building blocks in the DMAIC cycle

  • Simulation: General Express - Let's get agile

  • How agility can be integrated into the individual phases - ideas and tools

  • How agile elements can be used across phases

  • Helpful (digital) tools

Contact person:

Daniela Müller

Leading at the point of value creation with store floor management (LVSM)

Learn with your team:

  • Introduction to shopfloor management - tasks and principles

  • Providing the business plan and developing goals at the operational level/S2QDC board

  • Basic concepts in coaching and change management

  • Transferring content to your own work environment

  • Planning concrete implementation steps

Contact:

Daniela Müller

Learn to see waste and systematically eliminate it with Lean & 6S (L6S)

Learn with your team:

  • Lean basics with examples and exercises

  • Conducting a 6S practical workshop in the tk production environment

  • Practical application of store floor management

Contact person:

Daniela Müller

Implementing competitive processes with Value Stream Mapping & Design

Learn with your team:

  • Value stream mapping & Value stream design

  • Continuous flow, synchronization

  • Kanban loops

  • Material supply via Milk Run

  • KPIs such as OEE and EPEI

  • Brief introduction to TPM - Total Productive Maintenance

  • Leadership in the change process

  • Switch between theory, simulation exercises and practical phases in production

Contact person:

Daniela Müller

Less set-up time with SMED

Learn with your team:

  • SMED process (Single Minute Exchange of Die).

  • Approach to analyzing setup processes

  • 8 steps to reducing setup times

  • What are setup standards and how are they created?

  • Continuous alternation between theory, simulation exercises and practical phases in production

Contact person:

Daniela Müller

Increasing added value through efficient maintenance

Learn with your team:

  • Objectives and five elements of TPM (Total Productive Maintenance)

  • Core processes: Problem solving, unplanned maintenance, resource management, personnel and plant components

  • Implementation methods (organization, standards, spare parts)

  • TPM KPIs, maintenance strategy

  • Continuous alternation between theoretical and practical phases in production

Contact person:

Daniela Müller

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