Kanban training

Description

Duration: 2 days

Format: in-house training

Achieve just-in-time delivery and save development time and costs by only developing what is really needed. Let your value stream, your employees, and customers benefit from Kanban.

Content

  • About Kanban
  • Lean thinking
  • Pull principle
  • Kaizen
  • Theory of constraints
  • Kanban board
  • Metrics
  • Build up your Kanban system (STATIK)

The focus of the training can be adapted to your needs.

During this training you will learn how to use and read metrics. You will also gain a deep understanding of what Kanban is and how to use it reasonably within your teams. You will understand the principles, methods, and practices. This topic will be handled with STATIK (system thinking approach to introducing Kanban).

Audience

All personnel in automotive development organizations

Prerequisites

None

Max. number of attendees

10 persons

Price

5.000,00 € excl. tax, excl. travel expenses

Liability

The consultation and training content was built to the best of our knowledge and belief. EB assumes no liability for the completeness, correctness, actuality or reliability of the contents. Also no warranty is taken over for the usefulness and/or versatility of the contents

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