Driving Operational Excellence through Lean Leadership (Level 9 on NFQ)
Session 1 ~ 11 Sep The Pavilion, UL - Welcome addresses / MOR Model (half day)
Session 2 ~ 2-3 Oct The Pavilion, UL.
Session 3 ~ 23-24 Oct Mater Lean Academy, Dublin
Session 4 ~ 13-14 Nov Allergan Westport Mayo.
Session 5 ~ 4-5 Dec The Pavilion, UL.
The aim of the programme is to introduce delegates to the importance of Lean Leadership and Lean operational transformation skills. This programme has been uniquely developed by the Irish Medtech Association Operational Excellence Taskforce, and will incorporate a 3 day immersed practical hands-on approach to learning.
The evolution of Lean Thinking and Understanding Demand and Planning for Change
The Key concepts of Lean Thinking and the points of view of several key writers
The development of the concept of the “Lean Enterprise” and its philosophy and principles and applying that knowledge to different environments
Evaluating existing levels of competence in relation to Lean to promote self-directed future learning and identify the most appropriate strategy
Identifying the potential benefits and challenges of Lean
Describing how other improvement approaches link or integrate to Lean (specifically Six Sigma, BPR, TQM, and the Theory of Constraints)
Discussion on the integration of the MÓRTM Benchmark Model with Lean Thinking and Practice
A practical value stream mapping exercise, enabling delegates to understand how to best analyse and improve their system performance:
How to use mapping tools to make interventions at a “systems” level in an organisation and why this is an important precursor to other mapping methodologies
Construction of a current state and the design of the ideal and future state maps
How to derive a development plan from the mapping process in line with the strategic plan
How to monitor the achievement of plans
How the company describes productivity and what it does with this information
Case study materials will provide examples of the complete process.
The role of the Lean leader in “Providing Direction” and “Developing People”.
An introduction to the strategic, operational and people aspects of lean thinking, as well as the concept of sustaining changes
Understanding the role of lean management and leadership and the importance of being able to join up the dots – redesign without creating islands of excellence
The role of the leader in the development of people both directly and systematically
The course is relevant to senior management/executive level personnel within Medical Device industry across a broad range of disciplines: Operations, Supply chain, Finance & Quality.
Qualification - 6 ects of a Level 9 on NFQ