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Lean Management - Certification
Certification of the degree of LEAN implementation in organisations

Lean Management - Certification

Lean Management - Certification

Certification of the degree of LEAN implementation in organisations

The basic principles of Lean Management is to define the basis for comparison to determine the lean level of an organisation. 

Lean Certification is there to certify an organisation's degree of LEAN implementation.

In this respect, the aim is to find the path towards customer satisfaction and improved productivity whilst reducing redundancies. To accomplish this, it is essential to know the starting point and the goal. 

One of the pillars of this philosophy is to analyse value for the customer, eliminating any unnecessary components that bring no added value, on the basis of this analysis. In order for an organisation to be able to provide its customers with what they want and at the right time, it is essential that this transformation of value streams flows naturally and adapts to their demands. 

The model covers nine categories, which are analysed in each audit: strategy, costs, Human Resources, quality, production, production means, flows, the development of new products or services, and, finally, external relations, both with suppliers and customers. 

Lean management certification can be perfectly integrated with the management system ISO 9001

Once the Audit process is complete, if the system set up adapts to the requirements of the Lean management scheme, the organisation obtains:

  • The AENOR Certificate of Lean management.
  • The licence to use the AENOR Lean management mark.
Furthermore, organisations with management systems certified by AENOR have free access to the AENORnet and a subscription to the AENOR monthly magazine.
AENOR Certificate of Lean Management.

AENOR Certificate of Lean Management.