Process Design for Material and Information Flow (VIRTUAL / ON DEMAND)
Process Design for Material and Information Flow (VIRTUAL / ON DEMAND)
Process Design for Material and Information Flow (VIRTUAL / ON DEMAND)

Process Design for Material and Information Flow (VIRTUAL / ON DEMAND)

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Part of the Lean Warehousing Virtual Training Series

ON DEMAND (Original Air Date: Tue, May 28, 2019 | 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST)

Length: 8 x 1-Hour Virtual Classroom Sessions (Recordings)
Included: Interactive Exercises and Downloadable Template(s)

Processes exist at every phase of warehouse operations. The question is, were they strategically designed for efficiency and sustainability? Or are they the informal by-product of treading water for the customer? 

This course navigates process design as an exercise in systems thinking and explores best practices for building efficient, sustainable warehousing processes. 

During this course, attendees will: 

• Review the concept of systems thinking - inputs/outputs 
• Learn how to create process maps and swim lanes 
• Explore operational flow with spaghetti diagrams 
• Review the theory of constraints and process yield 
• Discuss each of the "Eight Wastes" in processes 

    Receive a 10% Discount and Earn a Lean Warehousing Certificate: Purchase the Whole Series as a Package

    Instructor: Clint McCrystal, Training and Development Manager

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    More About The Lean Warehousing Virtual Training Series:

    • Instructor-led short courses on design, material flow, management systems and more.
    • Taught by the LeanCor team of consultants who are transforming our clients' warehouses with proven lean best practices.
    • Complete all eight courses and earn a Lean Warehousing certificate. (Or, just take the courses you need.)
    • Topics include (in order of schedule):

    1. Principles of the Lean Warehouse and Customer Value
    2. Behavior-Based Safety
    3. Process Design for Material and Information Flow
    4. Warehouse Layout and Technology
    5. Strategic Inventory Management: Plan For Every Part (PFEP)
    6. Stability Tools – Takt Time and Resource Allocation
    7. Lean Management Systems: Visual Management, 5S and Standard Work
    8. Relentless Continuous Improvement in the Warehouse

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