Industry knowledge meets critical thinking in the newest series offered by the AMBA’s Emerging Leaders Network: Get Lean - A Project-Based Application.
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, including deeper dives into problem-solving methodology, visual-management, the importance and method of value stream thinking and more. Through Karbassioon's facilitation, attendees will explore the tenents of these principles, how they can be applied in a manufacturing environment and what opportunities 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 will explore a lean manufacturing principle and will include exercises that will enable attendees to walk away with the ability to practically apply each principle learned within their own facility.
Monday, October 12 | 11AM EST: Introduction to Lean
Monday, October 19 | 11AM EST: PDCA problem-solving methodology
Monday, October 26 | 11AM EST: Value-Stream Mapping
Monday, November 2 | 11AM EST: Workplace Organization and Standardization/Visual Management
Monday, November 9 | 11AM EST: Team Facilitation
Monday, November 16 | 11AM EST: Application Review
By registering for this series, attendees are making the commitment to attend all or as many of these sessions as possible. This series will rely on peer sharing and support that will be cultivated over the course of this series. Participants will also be expected to participate in each session on camera, in small group breakout and in large-group discussion formats. For missed sessions, recordings will be available.
Cost: $89/member. Because of limited seating availability, registration is currently open to mold manufacturers only. For AMBA partners and suppliers interested in sponsoring the event and attaining a seat, please email email@example.com for details and to be added to a waitlist.
This is a member-only event.
Registration will close October 12, 2020 10:00am