- 17 November 2021 - 18 November 2021
- Rijksweg 14, 2870 Puurs, Belgium (Novartis)
Countless organisations have, at one time or another, started a lean journey. After a few years, however, most leaders experience that lean tools such as 5S or six sigma do not result in a sustainable change. Research even shows that only 10% of lean implementations are sustainable and have continuously increasing results.
The work of the Shingo Institute has shown that the difference between successful and unsuccessful effort lies in the ability of an organisation to ingrain a number of timeless and universal principles into its culture, rather than in an implementation of only tools and programs.
Möbius is happy to invite you to an interactive two-day training program that will really help you understand how ideal behaviour empowers your organisation to reach sustainable results. Using the Shingo Model and Guiding Principles, you will learn how to fill the gaps in your efforts towards sustainable results and enterprise excellence.
What to expect?
An interactive two-day training program
- Shingo Introduction: on the first day you will be trained in the Shingo Model, the Three Insights of Enterprise Excellence and the Guiding Principles. We will finish the day with a practical case study that will integrate all learnings of the day.
- Gemba Walk at Novartis (Puurs): on the second day, lessons learned from the first day will be put into practice! You will learn how to organise a gemba visit (Go & Observe), what questions to ask and how to make a correct analysis of the observed behaviour versus the ideal behaviour.
Target audience and price
Directors, managers and lean coaches with interest in operational excellence are welcome at this two-day training program.
Price for the full program is € 1.250 excl. VAT (including gemba visit, lunch and course materials).
Date and location
Wednesday 17th & Thursday 18th of November 2021 at Novartis (Rijksweg 14, 2870 Puurs, Belgium).
We are looking forward to meeting you at our two day Shingo training!