objective

Establish criteria for the preparation of a project, with objectives and scope, that allow you to apply the concepts and tools learned, allowing you to add value to your daily functions, making the process of the supply chain more efficient.


Benefits of the program

  • Orient the activities of the business at the service of the client.
  • Reduce time / process cycle to increase productivity in your functional area.
  • Reduce waste.
  • Reduce inventories
  • Reduce defects, costs and cycle times by eliminating waste by applying kanban methods and flexible manufacturing cells.
  • Apply statistical tools in a practical way.
  • Implement improvement projects.
  • Development of the value-added chain of the operational and administrative areas of the organization.
  • Projects that help to thin the value chain in the different functional areas of the organization.


Addressed to

Graduates, industrial engineers, pharmaceutical chemists, biologists, food engineers, architects in information technology, industrial pharmaceutical and personnel involved in improving productivity, delivery times and competitive position. As well as positions of direction, manager, boss or supervisor of production, of industrial processes, of continuous improvement and of services to the client.


Content of the program

Diploma of 6 modules totaling 120 hours of study in total.

Module 1. Deployment Lean Excellence Company (20 hours)

Develop personal, interpersonal and group skills that allow to properly lead work groups, aligning the organizational culture towards the achievement of business objectives. As well as establishing the frame of reference and challenges for the personnel of manufacturing companies, and applying the concepts and fundamental methods of lean manufacturing to improve their competitiveness.

  • Lean thinking process
  • Increasing the efficiency of the organization's operations
  • Operational excellence model lean
  • Strategic deployment based on the Matrix - X of Hoshin Kanri
  • The 7 1 waste
  • Matrix of activities: Value and NOT Added versus Necessary and NOT Necessary
  • Change management
  • The 14 principles of the lean administration system
  • DMALC. Define - Measure - Analyze - Lean - Control
  • PDCA continuous improvement cycle
  • A3 process thinking and its application based on the PDCA and PDSA cycle
  • A3 project
  • Model of the 10 basic rules
  • Continuous improvement in the measurement of key performance indicators (KPI)
  • Kaizen events, the 5 main forms and the 3 major groups
  • Kaizen Blitz
  • Kaizen versus radical and incremental innovation
  • The innovation process in lean
  • SIPOC - Mapping of processes. Macroprocesses and their microprocesses
  • Analyzing and improving efficiency
  • The 6s. Order and cleaning
  • The first S: Select
  • The second S: Order - Organize
  • The third S: Cleaning
  • The fourth S: Standardize
  • The fifth S: Sustain - Discipline
  • The sixth S: Security
  • Implementation, audit and maintenance guide

Module 2. Lean Philosophy in the Value Chain of the Organization (20 hours)

Prepare in the knowledge and application of lean philosophy methods in areas of manufacturing support focused on reducing the response time, through the elaboration and application of the mapping of the value chain.

  • Designing the lean roadmap
  • Operational value stream mapping
    • Current state
    • Future state
  • Value stream analysis
  • Process walkthrough
  • Organizational value stream mapping
  • The enterprise level inputs
  • Management control points
  • The enterprise level outputs
  • Each functional area of ​​the enterprise
  • Philosophy lean in human resources
  • Lean Philosophy in Engineering
  • Philosophy lean in finance
  • Philosophy lean in production control
  • Philosophy lean in purchases and suppliers
  • Philosophy lean in warehouses and supplies of materials
  • Philosophy read in other areas of support for manufacturing
  • Lean accounting

Module 3. The Function of the Information Security Officer (20 hours)

Establish the methodology for the identification, analysis and weighting of the sources of failure or error and the methods of the zero quality system for the establishment of preventive actions. As well as defining the importance of error-proof principles (Poka Yokes) focused on preventing errors from becoming defects or waste, reducing human errors and achieving quality levels in ppm.

Priorities will also be established in the process of failure reduction through AMEF techniques and methods to implement zero quality system support tools aligned to lean manufacturing programs.

  • Strategies for the analysis of risks in processes, services and products
  • Systems and subsystems
  • Preparatory work to perform an AMEF (modal analysis of the effect and faults)
  • Diagram of cause and effect of Dr. Kaoru Ishikawa applied to the AMEF
  • Deployment of the quality function (QFD-Quality Function Deployment)
  • Correlation matrix and the deployment of the quality function
  • Correlation matrix applied to the development of the AMEF
  • The identification of gaps in the performance of the process and the block diagram
  • The block diagram and the AMEF
  • Fault coding for complex AMEF
  • Pareto analysis applied to complex AMEF
  • The probabilistic model of the FMEA and the design of experiments applied to the AMEF
  • The design of experiments applied to the correlation matrix
  • Practical applications for the different types of FMEA
    • Prospective
    • Retrospective
    • Processes
    • products
    • Financial
  • QS 9000
  • Practical methods to reduce the difficulty in the development of the FMEA
  • The control plan in inputs and outputs of the process
  • Vision of subsystem and the ideal station
  • The zero quality control of Dr. Shigeo Shingo
  • The ANSI / ASQC Z1.4 rev 2003 versus zero quality control
  • Theory and historical background of the poka yokes
  • Development and practical applications for the different types of poka yokes
  • Inspection at the source (preventive methods)
  • Complete self check
  • Self-check split
  • Control
  • Notice
  • Successive check-ups
  • Inductive statistics in support of zero quality and ppm calculations
  • Operation of poka yokes devices
  • Identification of opportunity areas of poka yokes
  • Alternate methods of zero quality to reduce errors
  • Introduction to:
  • Statistical control of processes applied to lean manufacturing and calculation of defects per million opportunities
  • Design of experiments applied to lean manufacturing
  • Design processes for lean manufacturing
  • Application exercises using Minitab 18 series software

Module 4. Kanban and Manufacturing Cells (20 hours)

Know how to follow the flow in production, apply the use of kanban and how the manufacturing cells are structured, as well as its advantages with Six Sigma applications.

It also prepares itself in the development of visual administration methods for the administration of the plant, decreasing the use of documents and is enabled in the application of manufacturing methods focused on operating minimizing inventories of raw material, inventories in process (WIP) and product. finished.

  • Visual administration
  • Standardization of containers and areas
  • Signaling
  • Visual reports
  • Training
  • Kanban and Just in Time
    • Origin of the kanban
    • Rules of kanban
    • Objectives and functions of kanban
    • Types of kanban
    • Material flows
    • Implementations and advantages of kanban
    • Advantages of using JIT and Kanban systems
  • Inventories and their costs
  • MRP II versus Just in Time and its implications
  • Traditional push method
  • Pull method (pull)
  • Just in Time and kanban with suppliers
  • The Theory of restrictions and the kanban
  • Kanban in the manufacturing processes with a card
  • Kanban in the manufacturing processes
  • Kanban with customers
  • Planning and production control with kanban
  • Flexible manufacturing cells
  • Manufacturing cells and ergonomics
  • Methods of operation of the manufacturing cells
  • Rules and algorithms for balancing manufacturing cells
  • Manufacturing cell designs
  • Practical exercises of one piece flow application
  • Simulations applying takt time
  • Differences between lines and manufacturing cells
  • Previous preparations for manufacturing cells
  • Multi-skill employees and group leaders

Module 5. Tools Focused on TPM and SMED Machines (20 hours)

Establish lean manufacturing methods focused on machines and equipment have high availability with minimum downtime. It is also trained to solve problems through the application of kaizen equipment, through specific tools with a focus on analyzing the methods of reducing repair times and adjusting productive equipment and identifying areas for improvement opportunities.

Enable through theory and practices in the application of the philosophy of the TPM where the participation of the personnel that has influence in the achievement of maximum availability of the equipment is achieved and in the analysis of the use of maintenance resources in an effective way.

  • Quick changes in the shortest possible time - SMED
  • Identification and conversion of internal to external operations
  • Introduction and definitions
  • Analysis of preparation and adjustment operations
  • Application of the 5Ss in the preparation and adjustment of equipment
  • Training and standardization
  • Applications to lean manufacturing
  • Total productive maintenance. TPM
  • Introduction and definitions
  • Components of the TPM
  • The six losses
  • The 5S's and the TPM
  • Autonomous maintenance and the 7 steps
  • Four levels of knowledge and skills
  • Predictive and preventive maintenance
  • Scheduled and pre-scheduled maintenance
  • Progressive maintenance and the 6 steps
  • Availability of the product
  • Definition and application of OEE1 and OEE2
  • Implementation and administration of the TPM
  • Introduction
  • Problem solving tools
  • Methodology for solving problems with the 8 disciplines
  • Presentation of results and recognition

Module 6. Electronic Technology in Support of Lean Manufacturing (20 hours)

Familiarize the participant with the new electronic technologies, advantages and implications of electronic communication technologies with suppliers and distributors, as well as automation, focused on reducing costs and response times. As well as with the new automation methods focused on the reduction of response time in operations; with the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of the computer systems for the control of the operations in the company focused on the reduction of waste in the response time; and with the new forms of electronic communication with clients and suppliers focused on reducing consultation and response times.

  • Technology in the improvement and automation of processes
    • BPM and workflow
    • Barcode, QR, RFID, NFC and biometric identification
    • Robotics, automation and the internet of things
    • Machine learning and artificial intelligence applied to lean
  • Read it
  • Infrastructure in the cloud / hybrid
  • Software as a service
  • Platform as a service
  • Services as a service
  • Development of lean / agile software
  • Information systems and their alignment to lean
  • Evolution to lean ERP
  • Lean accounting
  • Logistic lean
  • TPM, SCM
  • Electronic commerce
  • Lean dashboard and BI
  • Read analytic and lean big data
  • Lean and software tools
  • VSM
  • Electronic kanban
  • Process simulation
  • CAD / CAM / CAE
  • Social networks and digital marketing applied to lean
Program taught in:
  • Spanish

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Last updated October 25, 2018
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