Lean 101 is a one-day training event that introduces public sector employees to the Lean process improvement methodology. Participants learn about the basic components of Lean, including
- 7 wastes
- standard work
- setup reduction (time-based tools of Lean)
- rapid improvement Kaizen events
By the end of training, participants will begin thinking in terms of continuously improving processes within their agencies with Lean tools.
Location Details Parking is available in front of the building on 12th Street, in Lot H located west of the building, and Lot K located east of the building. Parking paystations in Lot H and Lot K accept cash, coins and credit/debit cards at an hourly rate of $1.50 and a daily rate of $6.00. Cafeterias are available in the adjacent Transportation Building and Centennial Office Building. View location map.
When & Where
Minnesota Office of Continuous Improvement
The Minnesota Continuous Improvement Office (MNCI) is a coordinated initiative for improving organizational performance and results in Minnesota state government.
MNCI has a simple goal of helping state government work better for its customers and employees using time-tested continuous improvement methodologies, including Lean and Six Sigma tools and philosophies.
These training courses are available to only public sector employees, including state, federal and local governments.
As of July 2015, MNCI's training registration will be transitioning from Eventbrite to the State of Minnesota's Enterprise Learning Management system. More information will be available in late May 2015.