|Start||:||24 November 2020|
|End||:||25 November 2020|
|Time||:||10:00 - 12:00 WIB|
Prices exclude tax. The fees are non-refundable upon invoice release.
About the training
During this pandemic with slowing down economy, we are forced to work more effectively and more efficiently, yet we have to maintain our product and service excellent. Lean thinking helps companies enhance their productivity by reducing unnecessary activities or waste.
Course objectives: Know how to identify and reduce waste so that productivity improves.
1. Overview of Lean thinking
2. Waste identification
5. Push vs. Pull production
6. Batch vs. One piece flow production
8. Takt time & Line balancing
Training Method: Experiential Learning approach.
Participants: Anyone who wants to improve his/her performance from both manufacturing and service sectors.
Aswin Yang is a consultant, coach, and trainer in performance management field. He has extensive experience in conducting analyses & projects related to operational excellence in various industries in Southeast Asia. He has worked with a wide range of industries, including tableware, furniture, paper & handicraft, plastic cup, electrical appliances, cement, multi-finance, palm-oil, healthcare, commerce, medium & low voltage manufacturing, trading, animal feed and many more. His objective is to help clients improve and sustain their performance.