How to support lean management?

Lean Management, referred to as “lean management”, is a management concept that was developed in the 1950s in the automotive sector in Japan. It gained popularity thanks to the techniques and organizational solutions used to improve operations in the enterprise.

This ensures the improvement of key factors such as efficiency, productivity and quality. The Lean Management concept, thanks to its transparency, has developed into non-production industries as an extension of the lean manufacturing concept.

The concept of Lean Management is aimed at the so-called special value, that is, determining the value for the customer, such as quality, price, punctuality or delivery in place and time. A properly used tool can help in meeting order deadlines, creating a price advantage, and mainly to maintain the quality of the product at a high level.

Identifying the value of the stream, the so-called identify the value stream, which includes both material and information processing, requires the company to use specific tools. The process of producing each product or service combines several to several activities, operations and activities.

An important element of the Lean Management concept is also the so-called continuous flow through the various stages. This allows a product or an entire batch to pass through the process without disruptions or downtime.

The SkillBox Competence Matrix supports the Lean Management concept through the report and replacement module and the development planning function. The substitutions module will help to ensure the continuity of processes by searching for optimal substitutions, and the reports module will help to identify competency gaps that, in combination with the development planning function, can be immediately closed.

Take advantage of the 21-day DEMO version and check how SkillBox supports employee management!

You can also use the Skills Matrix template, thanks to which you will systematize the competences of your employees!

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