Lean Training DVD Store

Welcome to the Maryland World Class Consortia store.  Here you will find DVDs featuring speakers from our recent quarterly meetings and other events for purchase.  You can also preview all DVDs on the MWCC YouTube channel.

Toyota Kata
Presented by
Jeff Fuchs, Executive Director, MWCC
Price: $25.00

Presented May, 2012        

Coming Soon!
Personal Kanban
Presented by
Jim Benson
Price: $25.00

Presented May, 2012        
Coming Soon!

7 Weeks Thru the Office and 1 Week Thru the Shop?
What Sense Does That Make?
Presented by
Steve Brenneman, CEO/Founder of Aluminum Trailer Company
Price: $25.00

Presented 23 February, 2012        Length: 45 minutes


Alcoa: Standardizing the Work of a Leader
Presented by
Mike Reed, General Manager of ALCOA, Inc.
Price: $25.00

Presented 23 February, 2012        Length: 45 minutes


The Business Value of Joy
Presented by
Richard Sheridan, CEO of Menlo Innovations
Price: $25.00

Presented 03 November, 2011        Length: 45 minutes




Disciplined Strategy Formulation and Execution
Presented by
Kelly Petrock, President at LEAD Institute & General Systems Consulting Group
Price: $25.00

Presented 01 September, 2011        Length: 45 minutes




Creating Flow and Pull in a Job Shop Environment
Presented by
Steven Johnson, Plant Manager, National Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Price: $25.00

Presented 01 September, 2011        Length: 45 minutes




Lean in the Howard County Public School System
Presented by
Ken Roey, Executive Director, Facilities, HCPSS
Price: $25.00

Presented 03 August, 2011        Length: 45 minutes




Lean is Vital for Survival
Presented by
Eric DeLong, Deputy City Manager, City of Grand Rapids, MI
Price: $25.00

Presented
03 August, 2011        Length: 45 minutes




Lean and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Presented by
Greg Strong, District Director, FL DEP
Price: $25.00

Presented
03 August, 2011        Length: 45 minutes




Introduction to Lean Government
Presented by
Jeff Fuchs, Executive Director, MWCC
Price: $25.00

Presented
03 August, 2011        Length: 45 minutes




Creating a Continuous Improvement Culture in the Marine Corps
Presented by
Michael Levy, U.S. Marine Corps CPI/LSS Manager
Price: $25.00

Think you’ve got a culture change challenge? Try changing the mindset of 243,000 Marines! May’s Quarterly Meeting will feature Michael Levy, Manager of USMC Continuous Process Improvement (CPI). Michael will describe the USMC strategic framework for deploying Lean Six Sigma across the Marine Corps. He will cover their deployment model, leadership roles, value stream metrics, success factors, and lessons learned. Organizations large and small can learn lessons from The Few and The Proud!

Presented 05 May 2011        Length: 60 minutes




Lean for Office and Services
Presented by
Drew Locher, Change Management Associates
Price: $25.00

MWCC Consultant Drew Locher is one of the country’s foremost experts on lean in service industries and processes off the factory floor. Drew Locher co-authored The Complete Lean Enterprise, which won the prestigious Shingo Prize for describing value stream mapping for the office. Drew will share important concepts and methods from his book and his personal experiences as Managing Director of Change Management Associates.

Presented 05 May 2011        Length: 60 minutes




Why Marlin Steel is Growing
Presented by
Drew Greenblatt, President, Marlin Steel Wire
Price: $25.00

Drew Greenblatt is a vocal advocate for U.S. manufacturing and business.  In many highly competitive industries, domestic players try to fight low cost overseas suppliers head-to-head and quickly find themselves commoditized out of existence. Marlin Steel Wire has bucked this trend, and as a U.S. manufacturer of wire baskets, racks and shelving, and sheet metal fabricated products, has applied lean thinking, automation, and other techniques to not only survive, but to thrive and grow – even in the toughest economy our country has seen in decades.

True Lean Thinkers understand that lean methods cannot be used solely for cost reduction and productivity improvement.  Unless the business grows, lean businesses must either shed capacity or never see their improvements drop to the financial bottom line.  Lean leaders must think innovatively and for the long term.  Marlin Steel Wire’s experience illustrates how.

Presented 03 March 2011        Length: 60 minutes




Achieving Market Leadership
Presented by Michael Bremer, The Cumberland Group and ChicagoLand Lean Enterprise Consortium
Price: 25.00

Despite performance improvement initiatives such as Lean, Six Sigma, and Supply-Chain Management, only a handful of companies actually break out of the pack to transform their enterprise. This problem is not unique to today's improvement methodologies; the same issues existed when organizations first adopted TQM, re-engineering, and other popular improvement methodologies. 

In this insightful presentation, Michael Bremer describes his insights and recommendations for breaking out of the improvement trap and achieving powerful results from your enterprise transformation efforts.

Presented 03 March 2011        Length: 60 minutes




Lean  in a Tough Economy
Presented by Jeff Fuchs
, Director, Maryland World Class Consortia
Price: $25.00

Presented 03 March 2011        Length: 30 minutes




Lean Sigma for Biotech Companies Symposium
Price: $200.00

Presented 02 February 2011        Length: 4 hours




A Lean Approach to Personal Time Management
Presented by Jeff Fuchs
, Director, Maryland World Class Consortia
Price: $25.00

Mr. Fuchs discusses how Lean Thinking can help you manage your time in both your professional and personal lives.


Presented 01 December 2010        Length: 50 minutes

 


MWCC 2010 Annual Meeting
Price: $25.00

Presented 01 December 2010        Length: 45 minutes

 


Lean Journey to Operational Excellence
Presented by Peter Rapp
, Vice President of Operations,
Thomas Medical Products
Price: $25.00

Mr. Rapp discusses key aspects of Thomas' lean deployment and shares lessons learned.  Over four years into their lean journey, Thomas was recently recognized by the Institute for World Class Manufacturing with their "Journey to World Class Manufacturing" award.

Mr. Rapp presents his "Lean Top 10" and discusses culture transformations, encouraging lean thinking, management support and employee engagement.

Presented 01 September 2010        Length: 60 minutes

  




The Courage to Lead a Lean Journey
Presented by Joe Barto
, President, Training Modernization Group, Inc.
Price: $25.00

Mr. Barto discusses the key causes of derailments common in lean transformation. Drawing on experience from his personal and professional lives, he discusses lessons he has learned in lean implementation.  

In order to increase business performance, Mr. Barto presents the idea that business is a team sport, and requires trust, team engagement and shared goals.  An organization will follow its leader and its culture will adapt accordingly.

Mr. Barto also recommends best practices for those who seek to accelerate their lean implementation, or reenergize an existing program that is not delivering value or performance results.


Presented 01 September 2010        Length: 60 minutes


 


Lean Government: No Longer an Oxymoron?
Presented by Maria Elena Stopher, Senior Advisor, U.S. Air Force Office of Business Transformation
Price: $25.00

Ms. Stopher discusses how Lean Thinking can work for government organizations.  In addition to her role at the Air Force, Ms. Stopher is also Vice Chair of the Association for Manufacturing Excellence and President of Ultimate Lean Consulting.


Presented 02 June 2010        Length: 95 minutes














Lean Healthcare: "But We're Different!"

Presented by Dave Norton, "The Lean Guy," St. Joseph Medical Center

Price: $25.00


Mr. Norton discusses how Lean Thinking can work for healthcare organizations.  He delves into strategic deployment, challenges specific to healthcare, and the ways in which a healthcare organizations lends itself to being a lean culture.


Mr. Norton is a 37-year auto industry veteran and former member of the Toyota Supplier Council.


Presented 02 June 2010        Length: 65 minutes







All orders are processed through Paypal, where you can pay with a Paypal account or major credit card.  Maryland sales tax of 6 percent and a $5.99 shipping charge will be applied to all orders.  Orders will ship within two business days and be sent via USPS Priority Mail.