|Submission Date||March 6, 2013|
Director of Benefit Services
Lean training, described below, includes "Go Green" as one of five areas which qualify for Lean (process improvement) project development. The other areas are: Cost Reduction, Cost Avoidance, Revenue Enhancement, and Productivity Improvement.
2 Day Training
Participants will be provided a broad overview of Lean and explore how this initiative relates to the continuous improvement and strategic vision of Miami University. In addition, participants will understand how projects are chosen, how to successfully start and close out a project, and the tools involved throughout the process. Participants will have hands-on experience, with the goal of having a well-defined Lean project ready by the end of the session. This course is intended for individuals who are on a Process Improvement Team, currently enrolled in the Lean Leader Certification Program, or want to become a cultural change agent to promote Lean to others in our community.
6 times per year
3 hour orientation
•Understand the goals of Lean at Miami, and the types of waste •Understand Lean structure and culture at Miami University •Understand the Process Improvement Team Implementation Workbook •Practice creating process flow charts •Have the necessary skills to begin work on a Process Improvement Project
6 times per year
This Lean orientation teaches participants how to conduct a Process Improvement Project at Miami University. The course is based on our standardized Implementation Workbook—a step-by-step guide for conducting a Lean project. This course is intended for staff who are currently on a Process Improvement Team, or expect to be in the near future. Other participants are welcome as space allows.
Topline understanding of Lean and Lean objectives. Definition of lean terms and How to get involved.
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