Standardized Work and Continuous Flow

Standardized Work is essential to achieving and sustaining Lean processes. Standardized Work is a people focused tool designed to document current best practices in order to establish a repeatable and predictable baseline for continual improvement. Learn how to eliminate process waste through the application of the design of work cells within a manufacturing environment or in an office environment. Guided by a classroom simulation, you will learn the key elements of design such as understanding Takt time, physical layout, analyzing standardized work, line and workload balancing, load leveling and more.

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John Novak John Novak

John Novak, CQA, is an industrial engineer and Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt who has provided consultation and training to improve work flow and methods for clients. He has experience as a software developer and in internal auditing.

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John Potkalitsky John Potkalitsky

John Potkalitsky retired from Eaton Corporation after 20 years of successfully providing hands-on leadership in Lean transformation activities for manufacturing and office environments at both domestic and international plant sites

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"Wish I would have brought three to four plant line workers here."

David Sealfon, President, Kobelco