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Lean Management in 2020: Agile + Kanban with 7+ Tools & Tips

Lean Define + Principle + Core Concepts of Lean + Benefits of using Lean + PDSA + Kanban Pull System
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Lean management is an approach to running an organization that encourages continuous improvement, a long-term process where small changes are implemented systematically. This training will provide you with the concepts of Lean management and how you can use them in your organization. Lean manufacturing is a business philosophy that has proven highly successful since it can reduce costs, eliminate waste, increase productivity, maintain high levels of quality and thus make a significant increase in your profit.

The Kanban methodology in Agile involves a set of principles that can be applied to processes to improve their flow and reduce waste. Both managers and team members alike can benefit from the Kanban-style of project management. Learn everything you need to know to implement Kanban from authors with years of experience working within this methodology.

The Lean approach starts at the bottom of an organization and proceeds up, unlike Six Sigma which is a top-down management philosophy, in which the management imposes changes in the work process. In a Lean system, each individual worker within a work cell tries to improve his or her performance. The role of the management is to go on the factory floor and check what is happening and in accordance with providing additional training, promotion, and learning.

  • Improved Quality and Fewer Defects

A lot of the activity in a lean environment is focused on quality improvement. Without waste and its additional costs such as transport or inventory, the value of the products gets increased the quality also enhances. In a top-quality production, there are fewer defects and if they occur they are easily eliminated.

  • Reduced Waste

Waste is a significant product within any process. The Lean Approach is focused on improving process speed and quality through the reduction of process waste. Waste consumes energy, money, and is of no value to the customer.

  • Financial Benefits

The money saved on product storage and inventory management adds additional cash flow to the company. However, fewer employees mean additional training for workers but with clear work instructions and standardized work, the job is easily and more eagerly performed. Managing satisfied workers is easily conducted and makes any business prosper in the long run+

  • Flexibility

Kanban is flexible  There are no prescribed phase durations, and priorities are constantly reassessed based on the most recent information. Another advantage of using Kanban is the focus on continuous delivery.


  1. What is lean?

  2. What are the lean principles?

  3. What is lean thinking?

  4. What are the core concepts of Lean?

  5. What are seven kinds of waste in lean?

  6. Benefits of using the lean system?

  7. What is Kanban?

  8. History of Kanban and Kanban Principles?

Career Benefits

  1. Become Eligible for sought-after Lean Professional jobs in Fortune 500 Companies.

  2. Open career prospects to jobs demanding Lean and Kanban Management Background.

  3. Open doors to Job Opportunities Abroad demanding specialization.

  4. Improve your CV & LinkedIn Profile with professional development.

  5. Upgrade your biz card with Hallmark of Global Credential- ‘Certified Lean and kanban management ‘ Professional added next to your name.

  6. Distinguish your profile from peers during Job Interviews.

  7. Get Promoted in your current profile with the most in-demand skill.

  8. Support your Startup with Saving on Cost and Time.

  9. Build a Startup with an essential skill-set to build High-Quality Products & services.

    The focus of Henry Harvin Education is on Value Creation!

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Lectures 12
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Video 1 hours
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