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Lean Sensei – Chicago, IL

$3,200.00$5,400.00‘ Lean Sensei is the final step in our journey towards becoming a Lean Sensei. This training is offered being offered in Downtown Chicago October 19, 2020. We have programs scheduled throughout the U.S. and in some locations around the world.


“Lean Sensei” Certification Program (Consists of 32 Hours conducted over 4 Days of Classes)

  • Must complete Lean Master certification prior to enrollment
  • Must complete at least 7 Projects (Lean Projects, Kaizen events, DMAIC) (Contact us with questions regarding project requirements.)
    • 3 of these should be completed prior to enrollment
  • Mentored facilitators on at least 3 Projects (Lean Projects, Kaizen Events, DMAIC)
  • Completed a Value Stream Assessment prior to enrollment
  • Open Registration Fee: $3200 for each Student (Group discounts are available)
  • Not a Lean Master? Register for the Lean Master and Lean Sensei at the same time to save $1000
  • Onsite Rates Will Vary

* The training for this program is available for manufacturing and service (transactional) based companies. The agenda and examples for both options are available.

Topics covered:

  • Demand Management
  • Portfolio Management and Reporting
  • Conflict Management
  • Change Leadership/Change Management

Upon completion of this program, students should:

  • be in a position to become the “right hand” of top management on all things Lean
  • possess expert skills necessary to utilize Lean methodologies and figures to decrease expenses, reduce cycle times, increase volume, and improve production in Service, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, and Operations
  • be able to expand their abilities as professionals so that they are able to share their unique projects, perspectives, and experience
  • be able to provide direction, analysis, and reporting for projects and how they tie to organizational strategic initiatives
  • know the fundamentals of change leadership/change management and how to overcome opposition to spearhead a successful deployment

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