Train Dojo-Lean Dojo®’s definition of practical training camp: Fareight Consulting Group began to promote the original Toyota “lean Dojo---actual combat training camp” in 2011 in order to enhance the ability of production managers and promote the lean road more effectively. The company registered its trade mark of “lean Dojo” in 2014, and the company was determined to turn lean Dojo into the production management personnel of the Whampoa Military Academy.
Lean Dojo’s actual combat comes from management practice of the top dozens TPS promotion experts of Toyota-MIC and is originated in Toyota of Japan. Lean Dojo actual combat recreates Toyota’s “talents and wealth” development system through a panoramic view, so that trainees can personally “gain” the management philosophy of the world’s top manufacturing industry. With 40% of the theoretical knowledge to study, 60% of the Dojo to train, the rigorous classroom link design returns the theory to the scene, and enables trainees to learn and apply the knowledge more effectively, so as to help enterprises to achieve better cost-reducing and efficiency-increasing.
√ The original TPS theory knowledge makes a solid foundation for lean transformation；
√ In the training process, we must observe the PDCA cycle and experience the improvement of the whole cycle；
√ It ensures that 100% trainees take part in the actual operation process by 40% theory +60% practice. All staff must participate in it and improve it；
√ They find problems by use a new perspective, collect data, comprehensive analysis of data, ensure the direction of improvement, and improve the effective implementation and landing.；
√ Effective combination of theory and practice makes it possible to return to the scene with a unified thinking and tool method. Trainees need to use the right lean tools to achieve the effective promotion of each improvement project；
√ Help company to set up the lean and strong enterprise culture；
√ Help company to realize the efficient change from “talents and wealth” training to the breakthrough of profi.
System diagram of “talents and wealth” training of Toyota