What could be more Fascinating than seeing the Real Environment in a Miniature World or in a Virtual Reality Simulation
Instructor-Led Training (Interactive Real Time Training)
We provide two interactive learning styles.
– eLearning webinars.
– Face-to-face fields and forum.
The advantage: both styles have « instructor-led training ».
This interactive learning implements,
1) Workshops for « Face-to-face, field & forum training » .
2) Virtual reality simulators for « eLearning webinars » or Classroom-based training
Why Using Virtual Reality Simulator
Definition of virtual reality (Source: Wikipedia).
[Augmented reality is the superimposition of reality and elements (sounds, 2D, 3D images, videos, etc.) calculated by a computer system in real time.
It often refers to the different methods that allow virtual objects to be realistically embedded in a sequence of images.]
Therefore, keeplean has designed seminars and training, online or face-to-face activities based on interactive virtual reality simulators.
Hands-on learning is based on games and interactive scenarios, with role play or case studies, do not reflect real life situations.
However it is very difficult with games to present variations of a process.
So, learning without being familiar with solving process variation problems has no added value.
This is why understanding and interpreting the variations is an asset to better set the optimization objective of the project.
The Benefit of Interactive Simulation
Our interactive, instructor-led training using the Virtual Reality Simulator offers several advantages:
- No travel required.
- Reduces training costs.
- Smart learning with the art of interactivity.
- Collaborative learning environment.
- Advanced Virtual Reality.
- Real-time training experience:
- You can SEE process running.
- You can COLLECT data.
- You can INTERACT with:
Workshop Assembly Line
This workshop is dedicated to the practical learning of Lean transformation which encompasses:
1- the current state of the value stream mapping.
2- Value Stream diagnosis
3- Mapping the future value stream.
4- Short and long term action plans.
5- Training of teams in lean transformation and flow improvement tools.
6- Planning KAIZEN workshops
7- Application of PDCA to initiate continuous improvement followed by dashboards of key performance indicators and stand-up meetings.
Virtual Reality Simulator Six-Sigma Problem Solving
This interactive simulator allows you to lead a project in a virtual world inspired by the reality of the field implementing 25 years of experience.
Everything is there:
1- traps such as special variations induced as variations inherent to the process due to the sampling frequency (data acquisition). And we say that the distribution is Normal!
2- The sample size must be correct to detect variability. But we like to collect and collect a lot of meaningful data supposedly. Well, we are wrong because the more data we have, the less we see the variability.
3- Generating a regression to model the process is very important for the rest of the project. But often we make the mistake of going beyond the residuals and the R squared and the R squared adjusted.
4- The DOE is very detailed to allow you to go further in learning process optimization.
Our Problems and Constraints
- Lack of time.
- Error correction.
- Unmet expectatons.
- NO references or NO procedures.
- NO information or TOO much!
- Tools or Folders: Everywhere.
Therefore, learning by doing is essential if we want to progress in the implementation of our skills.
Our Habits and Behaviors
- We blame others.
- We work headlong with little thought.
- We do the most urgent first.
- We seek first to be understood.
- If we don’t win we look for a compromise.
- We reject improvement because we are afraid.
« Our dilemma is that we hate change and love it at the same time; what we really want is for things to remain the same but get better«
What does it mean « Get Better »
Get better means improve something like: Workplace-Processes-Work instruction-Procedures-Coaching-Skills.
Then this improvement has nothing to do with changing people.
Before to change people, leaders must change themselfs (we call that: Lead by example).
Therefore we call for the Leaders.
How do we Develop Our Skills?
How People Retain Information
- What we read = 10%.
- What we hear = 20%.
- What we see = 40%.
- What we hear and see = 50%.
- What we say ourselves = 70%.
- What we do ourselves = 90%.
Thus, we learn more if we practice.
However it is essential to learn by doing to implement the skills aquired.
« Learning by doing » developing our skills
Six-Sigma:Problem Solving & Process Optimization
This interactive « Six-Sigma » simulator is dedicated to online training. targeting the learning of problem solving and process optimization.
Using this virtual reality simulator, participants will apply the roadmap (DMAIC)
Lean Transforametion:Flow Optimization
This interactive LEAN simulator is dedicated to online training. targeting learning to improve a value chain.
Using this virtual reality simulator, participants will apply the roadmap (Current state – diagnosis – future state)
Logistic:Supply chain Management
This « Supply chain » interactive simulator is inspired by « beer game » and is dedicated to online training. targeting learning to solve procurement problems.
Using this virtual reality simulator, participants will apply the principles of KABAN and EOQ, to improve a supply chain
EOQ: The ideal order quantity a company should purchase to minimize inventory, holding costs, shortage costs, and order costs.
Lean Transformation:Field Workshop
This practical on-site workshop is dedicated to field training. targeting lean transformation learning.
With the help of this workshop, participants will apply the principles of flows and the 8 wastes.
The workshop has the advantage of making a team work around an improvement project and facilitating communication and teaching them to understand business projects.
Other workshops are in preparation for more advanced training.
Training & Support (Seminar Workshop)
- 5S (Sort-Set in order-Shine-Standardize-Sustain).
- KAIZEN BLITZ (Quick win projects).
- SMED (Single minute Exchange of Dies).
- KANBAN (Just in time).
- PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Action).
- 8D (Methodology Problem solving & improvement tools).
- QRQC (Quick Response Quality Control).
- PROCESS FLOW CHART.
- PICK CHART.
- TQM (Total Quality Management).
- SPC (Statistical Process Control).
- OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness)
- KPI (Key Performance Indicators)
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