iscom472 | undergraduate
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Metrics and Continuous Improvement
- Compare and contrast measurement techniques to evaluate a new lean process.
- Explain the need for continuous process improvement in lean enterprises.
Implementation of Lean Initiatives
- Determine how resources can be standardized and managed to support a lean enterprise.
- Explain the philosophy of Just-In-Time (JIT).
- Evaluate the ramifications of non-standardized processes as they relate to a lean enterprise.
Introduction to Lean Enterprise
- Differentiate among various lean manufacturing approaches.
- Compare and contrast various lean initiatives.
- Evaluate the need for incorporating lean initiatives in today’s global economy.
Existing Work Process
- Categorize process analysis techniques which are utilized at the various phases of process improvement.
- Examine the benefit and importance of accurately documenting the As-Is Process.
- Create an As-Is Process flowchart.
Work Process Improvement Identification
- Identify three categories of improvements that may be applied to organizations
- Examine the benefit and importance of accurately documenting the To-Be Process.
- Create a To-Be Process flowchart.
- Recommend methods to identify and resolve resistance to process change.
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