Lean is a philosophy, methodology and set of tools for enhancing customer value by eliminating waste from a process. Lean 101 is a half-day training session that introduces public sector employees to the Lean philosophy, methodology, tools and terminology. Participants learn the basic components of Lean, including:
- Origin and benefits of Lean
- 7 wastes
- Kaizen (rapid improvement events)
- Standard work
- 5 Whys
- Visual management
- First steps for applying Lean in your workplace
Note: No prerequisites for this course.
Location Details: The training will be held in Training Room 106 on the first floor of the Minnesota State Retirement System building. Free parking is available in the lot in front of the building. There is a small, limited cafeteria in the building, and other food options nearby. This location does not have guest Wi-Fi service; we apologize for any inconvenience.
The Office of Continuous Improvement is committed to offering our training to all eligible learners, to request a reasonable accomodation please contact us prior to the training.
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Minnesota Office of Continuous Improvement
The Minnesota Office of Continuous Improvement provides informational resources, consulting, training, and project facilitation (kaizen events) services to advance Minnesota state government performance and results. We rely on time-tested Lean Six Sigma approaches, methods, and tools. We want Minnesota to be the most effective and efficient State government in the nation! To get there, we need every employee doing their part. Please join us to learn more about how you can improve Minnesota government every day!
NOTE: Training courses are for public sector employees, including state and local government.