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Why train your staff?

In June 2013 Karel Eloot (Director in McKinsey’s Shanghai office),Alan Huang and Martin Lehnich (Principals in McKinsey’s Shanghai office)published an article in the "Insights & Publications" of McKinsey.

According to the publication China's manufacturing industry is facing four challanges:

Rising costs
Rising consumer sophistication
Rising value-chain complexity
Heightened volatility

Therefor Karel Eloot sees 3 Imperatives for Chinese manufactures.
1. Achieve manufacturing excellence, use Lean and 6σ
2. Look upstream, change from former thinking and attitudes
3. Tame supply-chain complexity, companies will have to start by revisiting their demand planning

To support our clients we developed a training program which will help you to master the challanges of today and tomorrow.

Lean Management Training


APQP Training


Operation Management Training

Training 3   APQP Training   Operation Management Training

Lean training teaches you how to reduce waste and increase efficiency for your organization.
After this Training you will have experts who have high level theoretical and practical knowledge of Lean management system application and will be able to support effectively the Lean management implementation at your organization.


Advanced Product Quality Planning, or APQP for short, creates a roadmap for developing new products complete with time-based milestones and decision points along the way. A major objective of APQP is to provide a vehicle for suppliers and customers to work together when developing a new product. This helps assure that the product is delivered on time and with the highest added-value. New Product Introductions (NPIs) have a greater success rate when the principles of the APQP approach are followed.

APQP has five formal phases. Each phase is connected to and triggers the next. APQP is not a “use what I like and ignore the rest” approach. It represents a continuum in which each phase builds upon the next. Some organizations precede the “official” five phases with a “Phase 0” that includes forming a team, defining the scope of the project, conducting an initial assessment of the projects’ feasibility and establishing documentation and communication protocols.


Operations management focuses on the effective planning, scheduling, and control of manufacturing and service entities.

Our objective in this course is to introduce you to concepts and techniques related to the design, planning, control, and improvement of manufacturing and service operations.

Gain fundamental insights to world of Operations Management now. 

Our Lean training is provided in

English and Chinese


The APQP Training is provided in English


The Operation Mangement Training is provided in English



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