Upcoming Content

Our Con­tent Devel­op­ment team is hard at work to add even more fresh, new con­tent to Gem­ba Acad­e­my’s pre­mier train­ing library. With a focus on pro­vid­ing the lat­est knowl­edge and skills, these upcom­ing cours­es are designed to enhance your learn­ing expe­ri­ence and sup­port your pro­fes­sion­al growth. Here are some of the cours­es that are cur­rent­ly under development:

Cell design new videos

New Course

Cell Design

Work­ing in a flow deliv­ers ben­e­fits in terms of speed, qual­i­ty, safe­ty, cost, and cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion. Cre­at­ing flow requires con­nect­ing process­es and link­ing them close­ly togeth­er. Often this takes the form of a cell. Learn the prac­ti­cal steps and prin­ci­ples that guide us through the study of our prod­ucts, process­es, equip­ment, mate­ri­als, and peo­ple when design­ing a cell.

Letter puzzle game new videos

New Sim­u­la­tion

Let­ter Puz­zle Game

Exer­cis­es, games, and sim­u­la­tions are fun, inter­ac­tive ways to learn new con­cepts. The Let­ter Puz­zle Game is a twen­ty-minute exer­cise that’s suit­able for groups of most sizes. Facil­i­ta­tors can use the Let­ter Puz­zle Game as a fun way to teach ways to improve job train­ing, qual­i­ty, 5S work­place orga­ni­za­tion, and even break the ice at a train­ing event or meeting.

Internal logistics introduction to internal logistics new videos

New Inter­nal Logis­tics Course

Intro­duc­tion to Inter­nal Logistics

As orga­ni­za­tions take steps toward achiev­ing con­tin­u­ous flow it’s com­mon for one or more sup­port­ing sys­tems to strug­gle. A typ­i­cal prob­lem is that mate­r­i­al han­dling and sup­ply process­es can’t keep up with the faster pace of one-piece flow. In oth­er words, we need to build a sys­tem of inter­nal logis­tics that enables con­tin­u­ous flow. Learn the steps for build­ing an inter­nal logis­tics sys­tem from cre­at­ing a plan for every part (PFEP), prepar­ing a parts super­mar­ket, devel­op­ing deliv­ery routes, design­ing racks, con­tain­ers and con­veyance sys­tems, and doc­u­ment­ing stan­dard work for logistics.

Internal logistics what is a water spider new videos

New Inter­nal Logis­tics Course

What is a Water Spider?

The water spi­der plays a crit­i­cal role in help­ing an orga­ni­za­tion achieve smooth flow. They move mate­ri­als through an oper­a­tion, step in to relieve team mem­bers, and pre­vent non-rou­tine tasks from inter­rupt­ing the work­flow. Learn how the role of a water spi­der dif­fers from that of an inter­nal logis­tics deliv­ery dri­ver, the three types of water spi­der tasks, how to set their work inter­val, and how to cre­ate stan­dard work for a water spi­der role.

Internal logistics how to build a supermarket new videos

New Inter­nal Logis­tics Course

How to Build a Supermarket

The super­mar­ket is a parts stor­age area that serves as a key build­ing block of a flow-focused inter­nal logis­tics sys­tem. Learn the main dif­fer­ences between super­mar­kets and tra­di­tion­al stor­age, its advan­tages, and the steps for devel­op­ing, sus­tain­ing, and improv­ing super­mar­ket operations.

Internal logistics how to design internal logistics delivery routes new videos

New Inter­nal Logis­tics Course

How to Design Inter­nal Logis­tics Deliv­ery Routes

The design and oper­a­tion of deliv­ery routes are cen­tral to the suc­cess of an inter­nal logis­tics sys­tem. Learn the four com­mon types of deliv­ery routes, the role of pull sig­nals in logis­tics infor­ma­tion flow, how to cre­ate deliv­ery route stan­dard work, how to fol­low the step-by-step approach to design­ing a con­tin­u­ous replen­ish­ment deliv­ery route, and more.


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