AMBA Tackles Lean Manufacturing Principles in Application-Based Series
AMBA’s Emerging Leaders Network has met industry knowledge with critical thinking in its new offered six-part series, which guides attendees through the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of lean manufacturing principles.
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During this six-part series, continuous improvement consultant Matin Karbassioon will coach 40-and-under AMBA member attendees through the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of lean manufacturing principles.
Through Karbassioon's facilitation, AMBA says attendees will explore:
- The structure and application of five major lean manufacturing principle.
- Case studies, manufacturing-specific examples and large- and small-group discussion.
- Opportunities that exist for employees at any level to think differently about existing challenges, drive process improvement and create financial benefit for their employers.
Each one-hour session is said to explore a lean manufacturing principle and will include exercises that will enable attendees to practically apply that principle within their own facilities.
According to AMBA, the final session of the series will also provide attendees with the opportunity to share progress, series takeaways and examples of how series techniques and processes have been (or could be) implemented in their own facility. Further, participants will receive mentorship from the facilitator on existing or new challenges as they relate to the implementation of described processes.
Workshop sessions will be held on Mondays starting October 16, 2020 at 11 a.m. EST. The workshop costs $89 per AMBA member. Limited seating is available. To view the full agenda, visit here.