Learn TPS from the source
Does Toyota use VSM? Why does Toyota use 4S and not 5S? Has Shigeo Shingo practiced "Lean"?
Sensei Ritsuo Shingo has been practicing and teaching Toyota Production System for over 50 years. In fact he was the one who contributed the acronym SMED to the literature.
In this course you will have chance to learn the principles of TPS from the source based on real-life experience.
Content: 5 live sessions with Sensei Ritsuo Shingo over the concepts of TPS
What you will learn?
- Important concepts of Toyota Production System from the first mouth
- Sensei Shingo's own improvements for TPS through 50 years of practice
- Practical information from within Toyota
- Networking and sharing experience with other TPS practitioners
- Working on problems and cases with the Sensei
Did you know?
- Sensei Shingo established the first Toyota plant in China and served as president
- He translated Shigeo Shingo's Green book in 1976 and coined the term SMED
- He is one of the most experienced TPS practitioners with 50 years as he was taught by his father Shigeo Shingo in 70s.
Module 1: Principles of TPS
- JIT - Pull, Frequent Delivery, Kanban
- Built-in Quality (TQM)
- Jidoka - Automation with human touch
- Systems thinking in TPS - Upstream and downstream
- Working with suppliers (selecting and qualifying supplie
Module 2: Elimination of waste
- DA-RA-RI Principle (Muda, Mura, Muri)
- Reduction of Lead Time
- SMED - Setup Time Reduction
Module 3: Organising work and workplace
- Standardised work (Hyojunka)
- Visual Management
Module 4: Improving and sustaining
- Root Cause Analysis
- Kaizen - Practicing continuous Improvement
- Jishuken - Management Kaizen
Module 5: Building people (Hitozukuri)
- Team work
- Managing difficult people
- Future of workplace (robots vs humans)
Start Date: 4th of June 2021, 4pm Central Time.
Duration: 5 live seminars
Locations: Virtual Classroom / Live Sessions
(times are US Central Time, please convert to your local time)
|Session 1:||Friday, 4 June 2021, 16:00||CT|
|Session 2:||Friday, 11 June 2021, 16:00||CT|
|Session 3:||Friday, 18 June 2021, 16:00||CT|
|Session 4:||Friday, 25 June 2021, 16:00||CT|
|Session 5:||Friday, 2 July 2021, 16:00||CT|
Sessions are recorded, you view it afterwards if your schedule has conflicts.