The hidden value – Lean in manufacturing and services

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About this course: Lean is a powerful methodology that enables managers and employees to shift their mindset and helps companies to keep their business sustainable by creating competitive advantage. Today, in an increasingly complex and dynamic world, where companies struggle to maintain competitive advantage, Lean is more important than ever. This course combines the experience of many senior experts and practitioners from the Boston Consulting Group and École des Ponts, and brings perspectives on Lean in manufacturing and services. It offers strong topic foundation as well as deep practical insights into the art of continuous improvement. In this course, you will learn: - why Lean is …

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When you enroll for courses through Coursera you get to choose for a paid plan or for a free plan

  • Free plan: No certicification and/or audit only. You will have access to all course materials except graded items.
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About this course: Lean is a powerful methodology that enables managers and employees to shift their mindset and helps companies to keep their business sustainable by creating competitive advantage. Today, in an increasingly complex and dynamic world, where companies struggle to maintain competitive advantage, Lean is more important than ever. This course combines the experience of many senior experts and practitioners from the Boston Consulting Group and École des Ponts, and brings perspectives on Lean in manufacturing and services. It offers strong topic foundation as well as deep practical insights into the art of continuous improvement. In this course, you will learn: - why Lean is a key driver for sustainable competitive advantage - how different companies can leverage Lean to create value both in manufacturing and services - what it takes to drive a Lean transformation and build a culture of continuous improvement - how new technologies impact traditional lean practices

Who is this class for: This course has been designed for students in business or engineering who want to discover the fundamental principles of Lean, and also for professionals who want to leverage Lean to improve their working environment or transform their company.

Created by:  École des Ponts ParisTech, BCG
  • Taught by:  Aurélie Delemarle, Ph.D, Academic Chair, Industrial Engineering Department

    Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
  • Taught by:  Dr. Thomas Frost, Expert Principal

    The Boston Consulting Group
  • Taught by:  Salvatore Cali , Expert Principal

    The Boston Consulting Group
  • Taught by:  Elsa Blume, Senior Learning & Development Specialist

    The Boston Consulting Group
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Syllabus


WEEK 1


How Lean benefits companies



11 videos, 4 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction to the course
  2. Video: Introduction to Lean
  3. Discussion Prompt: Meet & Greet
  4. Reading: Survey
  5. Video: Define the value for the end-customer
  6. Video: Not every Euro spent creates value
  7. Video: How to discover the hidden value
  8. Video: Lean key concepts and definitions
  9. Reading: Key Concepts and Definitions
  10. Video: Lean applies to all types of companies and contexts
  11. Video: Happy employees make happy customers who make happy shareholders
  12. Video: Lean principles enable winning strategies
  13. Video: How a lean operating model creates competitive advantage
  14. Video: Key take-aways
  15. Reading: BCG Perspectives on Lean
  16. Reading: Academic References

Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Week 1 Assignment

WEEK 2


How to apply Lean to improve manufacturing



11 videos, 2 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction
  2. Video: The origins of Lean manufacturing
  3. Video: How Lean delivers impact in manufacturing
  4. Video: The Lean manufacturing system
  5. Video: Map the value creation process
  6. Video: Optimize the material flow
  7. Video: Standardize processes
  8. Video: Improve machine performance
  9. Video: Control quality
  10. Video: A BCG view on Industry 4.0
  11. Video: Key takeaways
  12. Reading: BCG Perspectives on Lean
  13. Reading: Academic References

Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Week 2 Assignment

WEEK 3


How to apply Lean to improve services



12 videos, 1 reading expand


  1. Video: Introduction
  2. Video: Services: the forgotten half of operations
  3. Video: The four key differences between Lean in manufacturing and in services
  4. Video: How Lean delivers impact in services
  5. Video: Don't fix symptoms, fix root causes
  6. Video: Map the value creation process
  7. Video: Improve the value creation process with Kaizen and VSD
  8. Video: How autonomy and cooperation can avoid waste
  9. Video: The right man at the right place: optimizing human capital
  10. Video: Don’t do lean without digital, don’t do digital without lean
  11. Video: A BCG view on Service 4.0
  12. Video: Key takeaways
  13. Reading: BCG Perspectives on Lean

Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Week 3 Assignment

WEEK 4


Lean as a new mindset to drive transformation



10 videos, 1 reading expand


  1. Video: Introduction
  2. Video: From predicting better to being better prepared
  3. Video: The customer-centricity imperative
  4. Video: Lean empowers creativity through standardization
  5. Video: Lean looks at constraints as resources
  6. Video: From top management to operators, all actors have a role to play
  7. Video: Daily Lean: implementing Lean on a day-to-day basis
  8. Video: How to build Lean Capabilities
  9. Video: Key takeaways
  10. Reading: BCG Perspectives on Lean
  11. Video: Conclusion to the course
  12. Discussion Prompt: What are the key learnings from this course you will use in the future?

Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Check your understanding
Graded: Week 4 Assignment

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