Invensis Learning's Lean IT Training Course in Frankfurt is delivered by highly qualified trainers with extensive experience in Lean IT. The Lean IT training provides the stimulus which is required for companies to stand out in the competitive world economy. Adoption of Lean in an organization will enable the smart usage of Information technology to enhance the business performance and improve the service levels.
Participants attending this Lean IT training will gain critical knowledge of the principles of Lean philosophy, application of this philosophy in an IT-environment, validate their leadership of Lean methodology, and making continuous improvement using small incremental change using Kaizen. Participants attending this training will receive a hard copy of the course material.
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- Understanding customer value
- Processes that deliver this value
- The way to manage performance
- The way to organize
- The required attitude and behaviors
- Understand the concept of Lean Leadership.
- Know the application of Lean Leadership in the context of IT.
- Organize a Kaizen
- Lead a Kaizen
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|Lean IT Training Course Syllabus||
There are no pre-requisite criteria for taking the Lean IT training.
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Job roles that are ideal for Lean IT training, but are not limited to:
In this module, participants will learn about definition of lean, 5 key principles, study of waste and overburden, classification of lean activities, utilizing the Deming Cycle, and Shingo Prize.
This module focuses on identifying the voice of the customer, reviewing the concept of critical to quality, Analyzing VoC, linking the VoC to CTQ, and identifying other sources of continuous improvement.
In this module, participants will learn about defining process and the basic processes in an organization, push and pull concepts, SIPOC mode, value stream map, importance of process metrics, heijunka, and 5S.
This module focuses on improvement of performance to Deming Cycle, KPIs, and process cycle efficiency.
In this module, participants will learn about communication cascade, organizational requirements for Lean IT structuring, speed of communication, and Kanban and other visual management boards.
This module focuses on the types of Lean behavior, traditional vs. Lean management, Lean leadership, and making Lean transformation a long term success.
In this module, participants will learn about the basics of Lean leadership, and Shingo model’s four key guiding principles.
This module focuses on the most important concepts regarding Kaizen, the DMAIC model, Kakushinand Kaikaku, and Kaizen mindset.
The agenda of the 2-day Lean IT training is detailed below:
As part of your Lean IT training, you will receive:
At Invensis, we provide Lean IT training in Frankfurt in different learning modes such as instructor-led classroom training, instructor-led online training, on-site group training, and focused 1 to 1 training.
No, there is no examination for this course. This course provides only a basic understanding of Lean IT concepts and techniques. If you are looking at certification courses in Lean IT, then we offer Lean IT Foundation, Lean IT Leadership and Lean IT Kaizen trainings in Frankfurt.
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