This “APPROACH” product line empowers teams to learn the various LEAN principles and techniques with computer-controlled games. With these entertaining tools, employees learn best practices that help optimize organization and enhance productivity. The goal is to replace bad habits with good ones and increase productivity while keeping the same workforce.
E-Learning: A fun and stress-free training method for teams
Learning and training are not always pleasant and can be inefficient. It's a fact: you learn better when you have fun. This educational principle is the basis of SESA SYSTEMS e-learning training games. We designed each game to help participants discover and work on a specific LEAN theme. This modern technique trains team members while promoting teamwork. It gives them a chance to analyze situations through the lenses of the right knowledge and to find solutions through continuous improvement methods.
A complete product line of 12 team games for a complete approach to LEAN Management
The APPROACH line is composed of 12 different game boxes corresponding to different LEAN themes. It includes: Visual Management, 5S, TPM, HOSHIN method, KANBAN, LEAN Manufacturing, KAIZEN, autonomous team management, PDCA, SMED, LEAN Office and Safety. The theme depends on your professional activity and the skills you want your employees to develop. Each training game lasts from one to two and a half hour for a group of five to ten people. All participants are involved in the game, which brings teams together. To facilitate the session, game instructions are projected on a screen. A computer and a video projector are required.
How to apply the theory in your company with starter kits?
Once the LEAN Management training game is over, both the company and employees will benefit. The game enables employees to explore new routes, research new options, and stimulates operators’ creativity. It encourages employees to put into practice the principles they have learned through pilot projects. To this purpose, SESA SYSTEMS can provide your company with starter kits. If you need to use LEAN TRAINING with another company department, you can keep the kit and just buy additional operating procedures. This enables you to bring this training program to a maximum of employees while keeping training costs low.