IE 5524: Process Transformation through Lean Tools

2 Credits

Lean is a systematic methodology that improves processes by identifying and removing sources of waste in an organization. Lean tools, such as value stream mapping, Kaizen, kanban systems, visual systems, and 5S, improve processes by identifying and removing sources of waste. In this course, you will learn and utilize key Industrial Engineering methodologies to identify opportunities, prioritize these opportunities, develop solutions and create cost models of the solutions effectiveness. Applications of lean process improvement in areas such as manufacturing, healthcare, service operations, and business processes will be considered.

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