Training & Coaching
Move from thought to action with best-in-class lean, TPM, and leadership skills training and coaching.
Central to the philosophy of lean and TPM is the mandate to educate everyone in an organization. Productivity's lean and TPM training and coaching have been called the best in the business, and for good reason. Our training delivers more than awareness. It ensures a transfer of knowledge that fosters the immediate use of new skills to get results.
For a complete brochure of Lean/TPM Manufacturing, Lean Service, or Lean Healthcare Training Session summaries, click the links at left.
LEAN & TPM EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT
Most executives learn best in short sessions outside the classroom. Our Executive Development Experience takes this into account, with agendas tailored to your specific cultural, behavioral, and business needs.
LEAN & TPM MANAGER DEVELOPMENT
Lean Managers are the champions of business improvement. In these sessions, Productivity’s expert practitioners guide managers through a structured learning and personal development process that enables them to drive lean principles throughout the organization. (See also our fully accredited Lean Manager Certification program.)
LEAN & TPM FRONTLINE LEADER DEVELOPMENT
Sometimes called Coaching Kata, our Lean Frontline Leader Development Process is a series of onsite coaching sessions rooted in best practices at Toyota and a “go-to-Gemba” approach. It enables supervisors, team leaders, lead operators, and others to establish collaborative partnerships across the organization and drive a culture of daily improvement.
LEAN & TPM TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES TRAINING
From Autonomous Maintenance to Zero Defects, we expertly train in the A-to-Z of lean and TPM methods, as needed by your organization.
Expert internal trainers can be the most effective resource to support lean transformation and TPM rollouts in large organizations. Our customizable train-the-trainer programs provide a proven process for building your internal lean and TPM training capabilities.
A Case for Attracting a New Generation of Skilled Workers
It takes a lot of hard work for a lean team and the folks on the floor to gain momentum in their journey to improve.