Lean White Belt (for Procurement)

Lean White Belt (for Procurement)

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An introduction to the fundamentals of Lean process improvement, continuous improvement and innovation for government procurement.

About this event

The Introduction to Lean for Procurement (White Belt) is an introduction to the fundamentals of Lean process improvement, continuous improvement and innovation for Procurement in government. An essential starting point if you want to learn about Lean, if you are struggling to overcome a backlog or are feeling overwhelmed and want to do something about it.

The Lean White Belt (Procurment) workshop is targeted to:

  • Procurement leaders who wish to learn more about Lean to decide whether to implement in their organization
  • Procurement teams and individuals who want to use Lean thinking to improve their own work

The learning objectives of this workshop include:

  • Develop an understanding of what Lean is and how it applies to procurement work to speed up your process by 70% or more without heroics
  • Learn basic Lean tools and techniques to remove non-value added work and reduce frustration

Topics covered include:

  • Lean principles
  • Lean as it applies to procurement work
  • How to identify and eliminate interruptions to flow and waste (the 8 Lean Wastes)
  • The impact of variation and overwhelm and what to do about them
  • Lean tools and techniques including visual management, huddle meetings and more
  • Using the Plan-Do-Check-Adjust cycle to conduct experiments to learn and improve
  • Practical ways to make Lean, continuous improvement and innovation a normal part of the work
  • The people side of Lean
  • How to build support for a Lean transformation and how to get started

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