Dates: June 20th
Duration: 4 Hours / 9.30am - 1.30pm
Targeted Audience: Decision Makers within an organisation
Maximum Attendees: 10 12
Location: Recipe4Success Cookery School, Unit B4, Annacotty Business Park, Annacotty, Limerick
Cost: Contact Centre for details
Introduction to Lean: Applying to your business in a practical way - Demonstration of Lean tools through hands-on cooking
Organisations are coming under increasing pressure to deliver more with less. With budgets contracting and the need to maintain and improve productivity there is a need to look at every aspect of how businesses are run and how they can be improved.
Lean has become a successful approach to assisting people in process re-engineering and problem solving while ensuring sustainability of the results over time. It has a clear track record for the delivery of results in all sectors of business from public to private regardless of size or the service your business provides.
|Times||Topic(s) for Discussion|
|9.30am||Welcome and Introduction|
|9.45am||Introduction to Lean Principles|
|10.10am||Explain a sample of Lean Tools & their benefits|
|Discuss how the tools can add value to your business|
|11.30am||Demonstration of Lean tools through hands-on cooking2 Teams each making a dish to share for lunch|
|12.45||Lunch including Q & A|
The outcome from this session will be to ensure attendees have a clear understanding of what Lean is & what it has to offer every organisation. The attendees will also get a hands-on practical approach on how the tools have been implemented in a cookery school environment with sufficient time to discuss how best to apply it to their business.
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