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Lean Bronze


Lean Bronze Certification Certified By ASQ

  • Lean manufacturing (LM) emphasis on the identification and elimination of all forms of waste from the production system.
  • Discerning the value added activities from non-value added activities (waste).
  • Organizational philosophy that should affect the people way of thinking and behaving and drives the guiding principles and the overarching goals of lean.
  • Set of management practices, tools and techniques that are used to apply the philosophy and to achieve the goals.

 

Benefits For The For Organizations Who Implement Lean Bronze Certification

  • Substantially improve their products and services while at the same time reducing waste and corresponding costs.
  • Improves an organization marketplace and financial performance.
  • Reducing the cost of operating the system and fulfilling the customer’s desire for maximum value at the lowest price.
  • Use different tools and methods to ensure the organization performance stability and continual improvement.

 

Special Benefits For Being An Lean Bronze Certified By ASQ

  • Apply the principles of Lean in their own organizations in order to develop the appropriate culture for continuous improvement.
  • Distinguish between different Lean practices and techniques that are commonly adopted to achieve a successful transformation towards Lean implementation.
  • Assess the situation of their manufacturing processes and identify the need for adopting a specific Lean practice.
  • Follow the appropriate steps in implementing each practice with the aim to achieve the targeted benefits.
  • Understand the processes and determine added and non-added value activities.
  • Conduct a solid review of the Lean Certification body of knowledge.
  • Understand the Bronze-level portfolio requirements.
  • Identify studying and test-taking strategies.
  • Review recommended readings and primary references
  • Identify the root causes of the problems and propose appropriate solutions.
  • Determine and follow up the corrective and preventive actions.
  • Identify development opportunities of organization processes, performance using the principles and concepts of lean management.
  • Identify potential risks that affect the quality of processes.
  • Analyze the data using statistical methods to improve the quality of processes
  • Determine performance measures required to monitor and improve organizational performance.
  • Evaluate the improvements achieved as a result of transforming to lean.