Over View of the Work Shop:
Today's manufacturing environment is increasingly competitive. Manufacturers need to stay focused on finding new ways to design, produce, sell and deliver products. The challenges of growth, productivity and marketing are more important to manufacturers than ever before. Competitive manufacturing provides a sound base strategy to meet all these challenges. It provides the skills to take familiar concepts like just-in-time, value chains and inventory control and use them to drive your business' performance.
Competitive Manufacturing uses a systematic approach to producing high quality goods, at less cost and least waste. Businesses that uses competitive manufacturing concepts typically: Reduce the costs of making products at competitive pricing without compromising on quality, Reduce the product cycle time with zero wastage, Improve workflow through the plant, reducing employee workload, involve employee in continuously improving the product to be No.1 in the market.
Contents of the program
Principles of Continuous Process Improvement, KMI, KPI and KAI for Quality improvement, TPM, know why analysis, Elimination of 3M's, Toyota Production system, Gemba Kaizen, Jidoka, Poka Yoke, Poka Matrix, Kaizen and Kaikaku, Root cause analysis, Chronic and sporadic causes, CAPA, Defect reduction analysis,Problem solving story boards, 5 principles of problem solving, 345678 methodology for defect prevention.
Workshop on World Class Manufacturing Practices will be highly interactive and requires active involvement from each participant. The methodology involves experiential learning wherein the participants are made to work in groups to identify problems and apply relevant tools for solving them. The workshop also aims at identifying problems and developing effective problem solving skills among the participants.
Production engineers, Quality control engineers, Supervisors, Operations Managers, Maintenance engineers, Design engineers, Purchase / Stores/ supply chain executives
Date / Time
Thursday, 07th January 2016 from 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Trinity NDT, Plot No.V-22a, 6th Main, 2nd Stage, Bengaluru - 560 058
Rs.850+Service tax per participant (inclusive lunch) Cash/Cheque /D.D./NEFT to be made in favour of ‘Trinity NDT Engineers’
Profile of the Resource Person
Dr. Manjunath V. S, is a Mechanical Engineer and he hold three masters degrees. He holds M.Tech in Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Masters in International Business and Masters in Human Resource management. He has successfully completed PhD in the area of Human Resource Management from Bangalore University. He has 5 years of industry experience and 16 years of teaching experience. He is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
He was actively involved in curriculum development of VTU MBA course. He is an active trainer and has conducted over 100 training programs and trained over 2000 executives from various organizations like Wipro, HMT, BEML, Fouress engineering, Ace designers, GE Triveni, Sutures India, etc in the areas of TQM, Six Sigma, Personality Development, Supervisory Development, Kaizen etc. He conducts regular training programs for FKCCI (Federation of Karnataka Chamber of Commerce and Industries). He has also conducted several Faculty Development programs and trained more than 500 faculty members. He has also conducted in house training programs for the organizations Canara Hydraulics Limited, and Southern Electronics Limited.
He has authored/co-authored 8 text books which are published by Pearson Education and Excel Books. He has presented and published more than 30 research papers. He is a regular columnist for FKCCI journal “The Mysore Commerce”. He is life member of ISTE, Corporate member of NIPM, and Member-FKCCI
At present he is working as Director and Professor, at Nitte School of Management, Yelahanka which is a autonomous B School approved by AICTE and belongs to Nitte Education Trust, Mangalore.
For Registrations Contact
Interested participants are requested to fill in the attached registration form and send it to ‘TRINITY NDT’ with the requisite fee. Registration will be restricted to 25 participants on first come first serve basis. For more details contact – 9141 33 9994 / 98441 29439 / 99009 29439 or email - firstname.lastname@example.org