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Who we are – The Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI) and Lean Global Network (LGN)

The Lean Enterprise Institute is a learning and sharing, mission driven non-profit organization with the goal of spreading lean thinking and practice throughout the World. LEI was founded by James P. Womack in 1997 (co-author of worldwide known lean books Lean Thinking and The Machine That Changed the World).


The local institutes are affiliates of the Lean Global Network with Headquarters in Boston, USA. The 18 Lean Global Network Affiliates support lean transformation around the World by developing lean practitioners and leaders through education, coaching, action research, events and learning materials. Lean Enterprise Institute Hungary – the 18th Affiliate of LGN – was founded in 2011.

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Our definition of Lean Thinking &Practice: 
Systematically develop people and continuously improve processes to provide value and prosperity while consuming the fewest possible resources.
The Lean Practitioner Program (LPP)

The 8 days Lean Practitioner Program was developed by the LGN Affiliates as a certification program1 to combine the knowledge and skill development2 and to respond to the companies’ challenges on their lean journey. Providing this course we also generate new lean knowledge and share with other lean practitioners in the spirit of continuous improvement and PDCA and to further develop the LGN Lean Practitioner Program.


The Lean Practitioner Program provides a framework to learn the fundamentals of lean thinking, apply it in practice and reflect on the development of the participants and the organization as well.


This curriculum is also part of the University of Barcelona postgraduate MSc program (Organization and Engineering of Industrial Plant Production and Management (ENGIPLANT)).

Process of the Program


  1. 13 training modules in 10 days (2+2+2+2+1+1) in about 4 months duration

    • Using LEI’s Purpose, Process, People (3P) model

    • Pre-reading for preparation

    • Theoretical content

    • Practical simulations and exercises

    • Case studies   



  2. Homework between each set of training days

  3. Additional readings (mandatory and suggested)

  4. Project execution

  5. Exam (theory and application)

  6. Project Presentation

Details of the program

 
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Bibliography

Mandatory readings



Suggested readings


  • James P. Womack & Daniel T. Jones: Lean Thinking (Hungarian edition)

  • Jeffrey K. Liker: The Toyota Way (Hungarian edition)

  • James P. Womack: Gemba Walks (Hungarian edition)

  • Mike Rother & Rick Harris: Creating Continuous Flow

  • Rick Harris: Making Materials Flow

  • Art Smalley: Creating Level Pull

Appendix

 
    1. Certification of the Program
This certification in lean studies is equivalent with the Six Sigma Green Belt level
What do we mean by certification?
    • By certification we acknowledge that the participant has shown that he/she understands the lean system and is able to apply the methods and tools at a practitioner level
What will be certified?
    • Knowledge of the theory (from the mandatory readings and the presented material)
    • Skills in applying lean in a project (foundations to run a project, run kaizens, transfer knowledge to others, change management)

    2. Competencies acquired from the program
    • Ability to identify value and waste
    • Skills in leading and conducting PDCA and Kaizen
    • Understand the importance of time (takt time, cycle time, etc.) and calculate them
    • Ability to break down the work, recognize the elements and time, balance work and create standard work
    • Understand and draw the current state value stream, find the improvement opportunities and create future state
    • Understand the FLOW and PULL concepts
    • Understand and improve efficiency (OEE) including improving available working time and understanding the importance and process of set up reduction
    • Create a daily performance board and use it as an improvement tool
    • Understand and implement 5S
    • Create visual management system
    • Create and present A3
    • Basic design and implementation of a JIT system
    • Create Plan For Every Part (PFEP)
    • Create and prioritize action plan

    3. Certification process
Certification consists of a written exam (1 hr; 10 open questions) and a presentation and discussion of the project work presented on A3 paper (1.5 to 2 hours)

    4. Requirements of the project the participant has to deliver for certification
    • The project has to be ‘end-to-end’ based on a real business challenge and had an impact
    • It has to be structured following the A3 structure (you may present multiple A3s if it is appropriate)
    • The elements of the Toyota Business System should be used in the project
    • As well as running a project, the participant should be able to engage other people in their project, transfer knowledge and create a sustainable situation
    • Participant should be able to have a significant influence on the project
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