Lean Daily Improvement Facilitator (LDIF)
The Lean Daily Improvement Facilitator (LDIF) understands how to make small but meaningful daily adjustments to how we work and behave in order to move or hold a metric. Lean Daily Improvement (LDI) is useful for making systematic small-step changes while work is being done, and sustaining the gains that have been made through other change efforts. LDI builds a team-based, continuous improvement habit at the point of service.
Through this training, participants will define an application/problem to solve; learn how to choose a key performance metric; collect and display data visually; run team huddles to get to root causes; assign corrective actions; and keep the process moving. Training for this certification can be completed in three ways:
- Two-Day Onsite (classroom format) — Contact Jack Fenton
- Remote Training (series of live webinars) — Contact Jack Fenton
- Online Training (series of 10 modules with digital badges) — Download Flyer
LDIF training is competency-based, includes remote coaching, and develops a stand-alone skill that is immediately applicable to your work environment.
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