Training Courses

Lean Manufacturing


Arrelic defines lean manufacturing as a philosophy that considers the expenditure of resources for any goal other than the creation of value for the end customer to be wasteful, and thus a target for elimination. Lean when put into practice, shortens the time between the point of customer order and delivery of the product/service by identifying and reducing waste elements. The wasteful activities that do not add value for the customer are eliminated.

Traditional manufacturing and Lean Manufacturing are remarkably different both in terms of strategies employed and results obtained. The term lean centres around the idea that the customer purchasing a good or service is only willing to pay for the value added "steps" in making or delivering such a service.

Today, many companies seek help from, formal Continuous Improvement organizations that leverage lean – and other methodologies – to run their companies more smoothly and make them more competitive. The main objectives of Lean manufacturing are built on Stability and Standardized Work. Discover how you can eliminate waste and streamline your enterprise through the power of built-in control plans, key metrics with real-time data, and more.....


It essentially covers the concepts of lean management, lean management principles, concept of flow & continual improvement, basic requirements of lean & its interpretation.

This course mainly covers the following aspects of Lean:

  • Types of Waste
  • Various Lean tools and techniques
  • Examples of implementing Lean in manufacturing
  • Lean Metrics
  • Other methodologies that complement Lean
  • Lean Maturity Matrix


It is an evolutionary journey where your knowledge and experience work together to create a depth of expertise upon which you can keep building. It weaves innovative ways of thinking and doing business with real-world applications and results.

On completion of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Provide quick response to changes
  • Delegate responsibility to line workers
  • Identify prioritized areas for improvement
  • Develop skills required to both implement and sustain continual improvements
  • Develop improvement metrics


This program will benefit any manufacturing, production, purchasing and supply chain professional.

  • Top and middle level management personnel of small, medium and large scale companies
  • Production/Maintenance/Quality/Materials managers and executives
  • Quality/Quality management consultants


6th April - 8th April 2017

12th April - 14th April 2017

24th April - 26th April 2017

  • KIIT-TBI, Campus - XI, KIIT University, Patia, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India - 751024
  • +91 98610 15544
  • +91 98610 15544
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