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Lean Management

In lean management, the wastes are defined as anything that does not add value to the end product e.g. Repairs carried out on a product during warranty, rework on a customer’s task, cost of excess inventories, or other overheads. Lean Management Philosophy has identified seven types of waste in business organizations Most of these wastes are avoidable with a little effort, provided we see them as wastes. Every waste shows an opportunity for improvement.

Key Takeaways

Key points of obtaining Lean Management and certification from High Career Growth International

  • Waste Identification and Analysis: In this section, you’ll learn to categorize the seven types of waste in business organizations, recognize waste in processes like overproduction and waiting, and use value stream mapping techniques to pinpoint areas of waste.
  • Continuous Improvement and Problem-Solving: In this section, you’ll explore the principles of continuous improvement within the context of lean management. You’ll develop effective problem-solving skills to systematically address issues and their root causes. Additionally, you’ll discover strategies for cultivating a culture of ongoing improvement within your organization.
  • Cost Reduction and Cycle Time Optimization: This section explores cost reduction methods through waste elimination and process optimization. You’ll also learn how to streamline workflows for shorter cycle times and understand Lean Management’s financial impact on the organization’s bottom line.
  • Leadership in Lean Management: Here, you’ll gain insights into effective leadership and change management in Lean initiatives, learn to inspire teams to embrace Lean principles and continuous improvement, and grasp the importance of quality enhancement and capacity expansion through Lean methodologies. This section equips you to lead Lean Management successfully in your organization.

Course Content

  • Module 1
  • Module 2
  • Module 3
  • Module 4
  • Module 5


  • Understanding Lean.
  • Origin of Lean.
  • About Lean Management.
  • Certified Lean Manager role & responsibility.
  • Purpose, Process & People.
  • Organizations Struggle in Lean
  • Benefits of Lean.
  • Lean External Stories.
  • Lean Thinking Principles.
  • Value, Value Stream, Value Stream mapping & VSM Symbols
  • Current State Map.
  • Prioritize Improvement Opportunities.
  • Flow, Batch Flow& Single piece Flow.
  • KANBAN-Pull.
  • Improve to Perfection.
  • Perfect process requirement.
  • Muda overview.
  • 8 Wastes
  • Over-production.
  • Excess Inventory.
  • Unnecessary Processing & Motion.
  • Defects.
  • Waiting.
  • Transportation & Conveyance.
  • Unutilized Skills.
  • Toyota Production System.
  • The House of Toyota.
  • JIT (Pull, Single piece flow, Takt Time production).
  • JIDOKA (Stop at abnormality, Autonomation).
  • Heijunka (Leveling, Sequencing)
  • 5 S and Visual Management ( SORT (Seiri), Set in Order (Seiton), Shine(Seiso), Standardize (Seiketsu), Sustain (Shitsuke).
  • 5 Whys (Defect Root Cause Analysis)

8 Quality Management Principal

  • Kaizen.
  • Mistake Proofing (Poka-Yoke).
  • Theory of Constraints.
  • Action Workout (AWO).
  • Culture and Leadership.
  • Change Management
  • FMEA (Risk Analysis).
  • Stakeholder Analysis.
  • Lean Glossary.
  • GEMABA walk (who, what, when, where, and why’s of Gemba).
  • Lean for Transactional Business Processes.
  • TPS (Toyota Production System)
  • Enterprise Roadmap for Lean.
  • Contributors to Muri – Overburden
  • Contributors to Mura – Unevenness
  • SIPOC-2
  • What is value? (SIPOC will help).
  • Quick Example of Oil Change VA & NVA

Lean & Six Sigma

  • Kanban.
  • Determining the Number Of Kanbans.
  • Kanban Calculation Example.
  • Push & Pull.
  • Push Hides Problems in Inventory.
  • Lead Time.
  • Little’s Law to Work for Lead Time.
  • Various Lean Metrics.
  • Throughput Rate, WIP inventory, Flow Time, PCE, and Other Lean Metrics.
  • Equipment efficiency.
  • Operating speed rate.
  • Quality Rate of product
  • OEE
  • Equipment performance efficiency
  • Throughput rate
  • Process cycle efficiency
  • WIP Inventory
  • A3 Template with example
  • A3 a tool or a process
  • Warusa Kagen
  • Level Loading
  • TPM (Total productive maintenance)
  • Objective & Measurements of TPM


  • 6 Big Losses
  • Red Tag Faults
  • Reduce Lot Sizes
  • Jidoka
  • Types of Jidoka
  • Takt time vs Cycle Time
  • Standard Work
  • Pitch Time & Queuing Time
  • Managed Creativity / 3P
  • Idea generation- 7 ways
  • Pugh Matrix
  • The Osborne Method of Idea Generation
  • The Trystorm
  • RED TAG Technique for 5S
  • Steps of Theory of Constraints
  • Thinking Processes of TOC
  • Drum-Buffer-Rope in TOC
  • Set-Up/Change-Over Reduction
  • SMED (Single Minute Exchange of Die)
  • 5 Simple Steps for Implementing SMED
  • Nature of Kaizen
  • Mistake proofing (Categories of Poka-Yoke)
  • Spaghetti Chart
  • 25- Lean Tools Summary
  • Lean Glossary

Measure Phase

  • Explore the basics of Six Sigma.
  • Explain the general history of Six Sigma And Continuous Improvements
  • Demonstrate the basics of Six Sigma and deliverables of the lean Six Sigma Project
  •  Define the voice of the customer, business, And employee.

Institutional Benefits


Our team at High Career Growth International is the backbone of our success. Comprising passionate experts like Rajesh Rajan, Asma Gazala, Ravi Raj, K Padma Sirisha, and Badrul Ahmed, we bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our training programs, ensuring that our students receive the very best in education and guidance.

Globally Recognized

HCGI is globally recognized for its excellence in providing career-enhancing education and training. Our certifications hold international acclaim, empowering individuals worldwide to achieve their professional goals.

Career guidance and Counseling

At HCGI, our Lean Management program is your gateway to operational excellence. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to the field, discover the power of Lean principles, globally recognized and applicable across industries. Through hands-on learning, problem-solving mastery, and leadership development, our program equips you to streamline processes, lead teams, and drive change, opening doors to limitless career opportunities.

Key Benefits

Pursuing a Lean Management course offers several valuable benefits:

  • Operational Efficiency: Learn how to identify and eliminate waste in processes, leading to streamlined operations and increased efficiency.
  • Cost Reduction: Acquire cost-saving skills by eliminating non-value-added activities and optimizing resource usage.
  • Improved Quality: Enhance product and service quality through waste reduction and process optimization.
  • Problem-Solving: Develop strong problem-solving abilities, enabling you to address issues systematically.
  • Continuous Improvement: Foster a culture of continuous improvement within your organization.
  • Career Advancement: Open doors to new career opportunities and advancement within your current organization.

Why Prefer HCGI

  • Diverse Courses: HCG provides diverse Six Sigma courses for all levels Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt, and a comprehensive Masters Program. They also offer additional technical and management courses, including ISO 9001-2015, IATF 16949-2016, and Lean Manufacturing Training.
  • Global Recognition: HCG’s training methods are globally recognized, establishing them as a leader in Six Sigma Training worldwide.
  • Real-World Exposure: HCG offers real-world exposure with free Six Sigma Live Projects, preparing students for industry challenges and ensuring practical skills.
  • Additional Benefits: Complementary courses such as Lean Management and ISO 9001:2015 certification are part of the package, ensuring that students gain an edge in the competitive job market.
  • Job Assistance and Placement: HCG offers 100% job assistance with high salary packages (10-24 LPA), prioritizing your career success.


Eligibility criteria for pursuing Lean Management course at HCGI

  • Educational Background: Typically, there are no strict educational prerequisites for a Lean Management course. It is often open to individuals with various educational backgrounds, including high school graduates and those with higher degrees.
  • Work Experience: While not always mandatory, having some work experience, especially in roles related to operations, manufacturing, supply chain, or process improvement, can be beneficial. Some courses may require a minimum number of years of work experience.
  • Basic Understanding: A foundational understanding of business processes and operations can be helpful, although it’s not always required.
  • Prerequisite Courses: Some advanced Lean Management courses may require candidates to have completed prerequisite courses, such as Lean Six Sigma Green Belt or Yellow Belt, depending on the complexity of the course.

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