Building a Lean Training Curriculum - Raphael L. Vitalo, Ph.D. and Christopher J. Bujak

 

  Contents of the Monograph    
INTRODUCTION    

 

SECTION 1 AN OVERVIEW OF TRAINING AND HOW A TRAINING CURRICULUM IS BUILT

   
Categories of Curricula
Training in Support of Organizational Change
How a Lean Training Curriculum Is Developed
Building a Lean Curriculum for an Organization
   
SECTION 2 THE STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE OF THE LEAN ENTERPRISE MODEL    

Lean Enterprise's Purpose and Vision
Lean's Core Values
Lean Enterprise's Competitive Strategy
The Lean Enterprise's Organizational Strategy

   
SECTION 3 A LEAN TRAINING CURRICULUM  

What Must Everyone Do for the Lean Model to Be Implemented Successfully
Implications for How Everyone Must Work Together
The Content and Structure of a Lean Curriculum
Structuring the Lean Curriculum
Final Steps

 
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This paper describes the proper approach to building a lean curriculum and provides an example of its use and product. It is organized into three sections.

Section 1 provides an overview of what training is, the types of training curricula that exist within a business, and how a training curriculum is built.

Section 2 provides a description of the strategic component of the lean enterprise commercial model. It is by analyzing this content and understanding the common requirements for conduct that it requires of every member of the organization that a lean curriculum is built. These requirements address one’s personal behavior and how he or she needs to work with others.

Section 3 outlines a lean training curriculum that prepares people with the knowledge and skills they need to successfully implement a lean enterprise.

 
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Posted 4/20/2013