Lean IT Foundation
The Lean IT Foundation course aim to provide a broad and practical basis for people wishing to gain knowledge about Lean and how it can be applied to IT.
The Lean IT Association defines Lean for IT as:
“Lean IT is the extension of lean manufacturing and lean service principles to the development and management of information technology products and services. Its goal is to continuously improve the value delivered by IT organizations to their customers and the professionalism of IT people”
||Any manager or specialist working in an IT organization can benefit from the insights provided by the qualification.
||Student must pass a 60 minute, 40 questions, closed book, multiple choice examination, with a passing rate of 65%, in order to receive the certification. This means that 26 right answers are required to successfully complete the exam.
||No preparation required.
- The principles underlying the Lean philosophy
- The importance of understanding and delivering customer value
- The way Lean looks at processes and waste within them
- How to measure performance and the key determinant of performance
- What the organizational requirements are when implementing Lean, including the use of visual management tools
- Which behavior and attitude is necessary for Lean to be successful within an organization
- The DMAIC problem solving model
- How these Lean principles can be applied within an organization