Lean Manufacturing - Comfori Workshop 2016


Lean manufacturing is a production practice that considers the expenditure of resources for any goal other than the creation of value for the end customer to be wasteful. Value is any action or process that produces the product or services that customer is willing to pay for. The core idea is to maximize customer value while minimizing waste. Lean manufacturing is a management philosophy derived mostly from the Toyota Production System (TPS) and known as “Lean” in the 1990s. TPS is well known for its focus on the reduction of the 7 wastes to improve overall customer value. Lean manufacturing seeks to improve efficiency based on optimizing the flow, decreasing waste, and methodologies to decide what matters rather than uncritically accept pre-existing ideas. This system constantly strives to shorten time-lag between the customers ordering the consignment to the shipment of the consignment by eliminating waste.


  1. Identify the history developement of Lean
  2. Distinguish the characteriscs from old management to lean management
  3. Recognize the eight major wastes in an organization
  4. Lean Methodologies step by step
  5. Recognize the activities
  6. Identify the characteristics
  7. Management of value creation
  8. Recognize the concepts of plant capacity and customer demand
  9. Idenitfy Production flow
  10. Manamgent of workplace organization


  • The History Of Lean
  • The Lean Characteristics
  • The Eight Wastes
  • The Lean Road Map
  • Rapid Implement Events
  • What Do Rie & Kaizen Teams Do.
  • Lean Six Sigma Roadmaps
  • Pull And Push Systems
  • Lean Value Stream Management
  • Capacity And Demand 

Who Will benefit?

Managers, Section Heads, Engineers, Supervisors, Line Leaders, quality control/assurance and engineering.

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