Certificate In Lean Start-Up Entrepreneurship
About this course
The Lean Startup method is a toolset that helps you to start your venture in a structured way. To use it effectively, you need to know its principles.
Where Six Sigma focuses on reducing defects, Lean looks at reducing waste and improving flow in an organization. The Lean Professional course follows Acuity’s Lean FOCUS™ Improvement Methodology: Focus, Operate, Create, Utilize and Sustain. The Lean FOCUS™ roadmap assists users in identifying problems and improving and implementing Lean solutions. We recommend this program to Project Leaders, Department Leaders, Business Leaders, Business Improvement Team Leaders, and Emerging Leaders. You can be confident that you will learn the skills to make a successful transition from training to the workplace as Acuity Institute’s Lean Professional Certification Program is one the most comprehensive in the world.
Training is conducted online and uses a multi-media format that includes examples of successful Lean performance improvement, interactive simulations and quizzes, and the most current and robust tools and techniques available. The course is “self-paced” and can be accessed at any time – and – anywhere, which provides the most flexibility in completing the course. On average, students complete the Lean Professional training course in 46 hours (average completion time, actual time may vary).
Acuity Institute’s Lean Professional Certification Program includes 6 months of online course access along with instructor and customer service support; we are your team throughout your program. Also included at no extra cost is the comprehensive Lean Simulated Project, Lean Certification Exam, Lean Toolkit, and the Lean Professional Course eBook. Acuity Institute sets the standard for online training and certification for individuals looking to achieve Lean Professional Certification.
No prerequisites are required for this course.
- Describe the history of Lean
- Explain why Lean works for Services and Manufacturing Environments
- Identify the key Lean Principles
- Differentiate between a Lean deployment and a Lean project
- Describe the Lean Roadmap
- Identify the key steps and deliverables in the Lean FOCUS™ Improvement Methodology
- Define customer needs
- Define value
- Develop the Lean Charter
- Develop the Current State Value Stream Map
- Diagnose Problem Types
- Identify Constraints
- Implement Quick Wins
- Plan and Run a Kaizen Event
- Reduce Lead Time on the Critical Path
- Identify Flow Problems
- Explain Pull vs. Push Systems
- Define Kanbans
- Balance a Line and Standardize Work
- Create the Future State Value Stream Map
- Mitigate Risks
- Implement Solutions
- Describe what Performance Measurement is
- Describe the System Leverage Points and how to apply them to make change stickExplain Error Proofing (Poka-Yoke)