The Lean methodology continuously improves work processes, purposes, and people. Lean management encourages shared responsibility and leadership instead of holding total control of work processes and keeping the spotlight.
Why Choose Intact Prolink as Your Lean Provider?
As an industry-leading provider of Process Excellence courses, we offer you unrivaled experience, resources, and professional experts to help you get the most from your training budget. Our blended learning experiences and accelerated learning techniques allow you to achieve lean training objectives for individuals or your entire workforce. Contact us now to learn more about how our lean and Six Sigma training courses can help your organization.
With extensive years of experience in deploying continuous improvement initiatives in various industries such as PRefChem, Shell, Sapura Industries, Media Prima, Malaysia Airports and many more. We are ensuring the deliverable of the program is not only a participant’s competency but benefits the organizations from the improvement project’s results
Intact Prolink is a Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) and SIRIM accredited associate in Malaysia for Lean Management System and assessor for SIRIM’s Standard for Lean Management System.
This course provides learners with a comprehensive understanding of how Lean Manufacturing works in a manufacturing company. Lean concepts (why lean, lean terminology, identifying wastes, and Value Stream Mapping methods) and lean practices.
This course provides you with tools to survive the demand for higher quality, faster delivery time, and lower prices. You’ll learn how to apply lean for services to coop the unique challenges of service industries.
The Lean Management Systems 101 course is based on the key concepts for introducing a Lean Management System into an established organization, guiding attendees through the fundamental building blocks of Lean, modular development stages, and successful implementation.
This course will address many day-to-day issues with long-term answers rather than band-aid remedies. A well-executed kaizen project will produce high-impact tangible benefits, guiding a “firefighting” organization toward stability and “continuous improvement.”