This training was developed for managers and engineers to strengthen their leadership capabilities for successful shop floor meetings.
Objectives and Content
Shop floor management is a well-established management concept for strengthening coordination and fostering a culture of continuous improvement. Shop floor management is much more than meetings and key figures. In essence, it is about a human-centered understanding of leadership that puts employee development in the spotlight. Personal contact, regular coordination and a high degree of identification with the results of the work are crucial to the success. The market demands ever greater flexibility, requiring stable and controlled processes. Success results from the real-time transparency of performance losses combined with the timely elimination of problems across departments. Historical data is only of limited help here, so the digitalization of shop floor management offers enormous advantages.
Why this training is very important for your career and for your company?
Learn how to increase productivity by choosing the right tasks for lean production
learn how to increase the profit and growth on your shop floor using lean methods and tools
Get an overview of benefits from Data Analytics and Machine Learning in Production
Introduction of shop floor management
Success criteria for shop floor management
Case study: Leading a shop floor management meeting
Traditional shop floor management and its challenges
Shop floor management in the era of Industry 4.0
a) Digital shop floor management
b) Building blocks for an intelligent shop floor management
c) Potential contradictions to the traditional approach
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