Gemba Academy for Agribusiness
Applying improvement training in the Agribusiness sector grows continued success!
Lean and Six Sigma can be applied to any industry. Agribusiness is no exception. Our engaging video content is designed to help you streamline processes, identify waste, build critical teamwork skills, and much more.
Our personalized process leads to success
Our subscription model and growing content library promotes flexible learning, allowing employees at all levels to access the content at their own convenience. From farms to factory floors, to offices, there are countless settings in which Lean and Six Sigma can revolutionize your business.
What Can Lean and Six Sigma Do for You?
Global agribusiness partner Syngenta uses Gemba Academy’s on-demand video content to provide learning resources when and where they are needed. A large organization, Syngenta’s sites are at different points in their learning journeys and are also solving problems often unique to their location. The explanations and examples in our videos bring Lean and Six Sigma concepts to life while fostering a collective vision of Syngenta’s end-state. For example, using our content, the Syngenta team was able to successfully implement their own version of Kanban at two different sites. Overall, Syngenta finds Gemba Academy a great way to support their pursuit of Operational Excellence.
Whether you’re a small local farm or an international agribusiness, we will work with you to find a subscription package that best meets your needs. Some of our customers have included:
Review just some of our training material relevant to agribusiness.
- Learn More Value Stream Mapping Seven Deadly Wastes Gemba Kaizen: JIT Pays Practical Problem Solving Kanban Culture of Kaizen Standard Work Project Selection Process Mapping & Selected Tools Total Quality Management (TQM) Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Gemba Walk Essentials How to Do Brainstorming TWI - Training Within Industry Toyota Kata Lean Case Study: Zingerman's Lean Kanban NA - Beyond Budgeting Lean Leadership Week 2015