Tech Employee Lean Training: Evidence-Based Problem Solving Methods

Problem solving in a continuous improvement culture is highly participative, focusing on the problem, not the person, and involves the people who actually do the work. In this course, you’ll explore the problem-solving cycle (Plan-Do-Check-Act)to test and learn your way toward your goals. You’ll also practice the related methods of Kata and A3s for problem solving and the development of Lean thinking. After this class, you’ll have a better understanding of: PDCA, Kata, and A3s

Sign up for the event using this form. Registration for off-campus and community participants can be completed in our online store under Lean Training.

Tuesday, September 10 at 8:30 am to 11:30 am

Memorial Union Building (MUB), Ballroom B2
1503 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931

Event Type

Workshops, Professional Development

Target Audience

Students, Graduate, Faculty/Staff, General Public

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Office of Continuous Improvement
Contact Name

Alexandra Holmstrom

Contact Email

aholmstr@mtu.edu

Contact Phone

906-487-3123

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