Your team wants and deserves the benefits of Lean Manufacturing: less waste, more results. But …You can’t get lean if they don’t know what it means!
Polaris MEP’s Continuous Improvement and Lean Manufacturing experts can help demystify Lean for you and your team members with this Introduction to Lean Principles & Rules workshop.
A little bit of Lean goes a long way. Past attendees have reported that learning and then instilling a few simple principles of Lean into their team returned immediate and dramatic results.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Executives, Supervisors/Leads, and Managers at Rhode Island manufacturing facilities who have an interest in bolstering or introducing Lean practices within their own companies.
Limit 3 attendees per company.
WHY INVEST IN LEAN MANUFACTURING TRAINING?
In order for both the manufacturer and employees to benefit from the adoption of Lean in their organization, it is imperative that everyone speak the same language. This interactive training introduces Lean principles and tools in a fun, interactive way.
By digging into 21st Century Lean Methodologies, you will be better equipped to support employee development and the company growth in a competitive manufacturing environment.
Investments in Lean Manufacturing yield a great ROI. For example, with a $5,000 investment in Lean training and implementation, Chi Kitchen enjoyed:
- $50,000 in direct cost savings
- $100,000 in new sales and $50,000 in retained sales
- Hiring additional staff to fulfill new business
This success was only possible because every level at Chi Kitchen shared an understanding of Lean.
$175/ Per Person
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Rhode Island Manufacturing consulting Project Manager Chris CinieriWith more than 20 years of manufacturing experience working in a commercial food environment, Chris Cinieri has worked in production, distribution, and quality systems; most recently serving as a Continuous Improvement Manager.
As a Project Manager for Polaris MEP, he applies his experience to help Rhode Island manufacturers with their Lean and Continuous Improvement journeys.
Chris holds a Quality Auditor Certification and a Six Sigma Black Belt from the American Society for Quality and serves on the local ASQ leadership team.