Our animated Countermeasures Lean training on PowerPoint helps you teach your team about
- the purpose of countermeasures,
- how countermeasures link to processes and corporate strategy,
- when to use them,
- who should do them, and
- how to complete a basic countermeasure form.
Our training uses a real world example that makes the training equally applicable to both the shop floor and the Lean office. It helps your team turn problems into opportunities.
Use this presentation to start looking at abnormal conditions in a new light, and learn how this tool helps eliminate them once and for all.
- License Type: Corporate
- Number of Slides: 20
- Target Time: 45 min
- Format: PowerPoint (PPTX)
- Delivery: Immediate Download
This Countermeasures PowerPoint presentation covers the following topics:
1. What is a countermeasure?
a. A structured process for solving problems
b. Where to start
c. Countermeasures and success
2. Purpose: close gaps between expected and actual
a. Just-in-time improvements vs. batching for kaizen blitz
3. Who does countermeasures
a. Managers responsible, supervisors and leads should be doing them
4. The role of countermeasures in Lean
a. Links to daily management, operations reviews, and kaizen
5. Completing a countermeasure
b. Planning/filling out form
c. Root causes
d. Accounting for improvement
5. Managing countermeasures
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This product comes with a corporate license which allows you to share the product within your company only.
The license is automatically assigned to the company name used in the purchase of the product, or if no company included in the purchase, to the company email used in the transaction. If a personal email is used, the license must be manually assigned.
The license is permanent and non-transferable. It is valid only for single reporting units of companies under 20,000 people. For example, that means that a holding company would need licenses for each company in its portfolio.