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There are no real benefits from Lean Manufacturing without improved response time from management. In order to achieve this, managers and supervisors must shift from traditional independent functions into a unified management structure.

This means creating multi-functional management teams that include a quality manager, maintenance manager, production manager and industrial engineers working together in various ways to support the production teams in a timely manner. A primary goal will be to simplify procedures and paperwork. This would include facilitating processes through point-of-use systems to deliver all necessary tools and equipment to the workers as well as information required to produce an order: floor layout, correct machinery, operations assignments, quality standards, factory sample, trim cards, etc.

The multi-functional management team provides assistance using troubleshooting techniques to solve any problems encountered by the production teams. This multi-functional approach is instrumental in improving order changeover times, eliminating delays arising from lack of information, and improving the organization’s internal supply chain.

This course focuses on the simplification and linking of all key function areas with a single unified management system in order to improve response time to the needs of the production teams.


You will be able to:

  • Assess management workload and activities
  • Map and branch out management systems and concepts
  • Identify needs of manufacturing stages
  • Design relevant tasks of support manufacturing teams
  • Simplify and standardize management systems and concepts
  • Link key function areas into single unified concept

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  • Techniques to map out management activities

  • Branch out management systems and concepts

  • Management system and concepts considerations towards simplification and standardization

  • Interrelation of key function areas

  • Impact of management functions on key costing drivers to drive sustainability and continuous improvement

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