A Lean Room Escape

You wake up with a startle. It's Friday night. To your surprise, you've fallen asleep at your work desk. You get up and peek to the corridor from your small window. It's pitch black. Everybody has gone home. You collect your belongings and sneak to the door. But it's locked! You start panicking. You don't have the keys. You must escape.

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Leanscape is a unique famous room escape game. It's a gamified interactive eLearning package for your organization to grasp the essence of agile and lean practices.

It is effortless to roll-out to your organization. Are you searching for a solution to kickstart Lean in your organisation? Leanscape is the easiest way to get everyone involved in agile ways of working while enhance teamwork at your company. It is the easiest and fastest way of becoming more agile. It's also more cost efficient than hiring a lean consult.



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what is Leanscape

Leanscape is a gamified learning package as a cloud service. Leanscape is designed to give deep introduction of principles such as lean, agile, kanban. Players are challenged to gain insights on how to become more agile at work.

PragmatIQ gamification cloud services have been licenced for more than 400000 users.
We guarantee that with Leanscape your team will start working together in a more agile and efficient way.

Benefits

*) Introducing lean to your organisation has multiple benefits. The benefits of lean have been the focus of multiple scientific studies in universities and research facilities over the world. Here you can find some of the benefits of deploying lean at your organisation proven by researches.

These are the average results from lean transformation in companies in many differing industries and of different sizes over a period of several years. Averages have been calculated from figures collected from thousands of project, not just a select few. These figures are typical of what multiple academic and consultancy studies have published.

 
  • On-time Delivery increase 26%
  • Stock Turns increase 33%
  • Productivity increase 25%
  • Scrap decrease 26%
  • Space decrease 33%

(Figures originally published by the Manufacturing Advisory Service in the UK)

Art Byrne and Jim Womack in the book The Lean Turnaround (McGraw-Hill, 2012) find the following to be typical.

 
  • Lead times cut from weeks to days
  • Inventory turns doubled in two years and quadrupled in four
  • Annual productivity gains of 15-20%
  • 50% reduction in defects per year
  • 50% reduction in floor space in two years
  • 4-8% percent improvement in gross margins
  • Working capital as a percentage of sales cut in half
  • Increased growth by taking market share
  • The creation of a team culture in which every person can learn and create personal wealth

“These are certainly not the end points of what you should expect, but they are pretty typical of what other companies that have implemented Lean in a serious way have achieved. In other words, at a minimum, you should plan to achieve these targets.”
- Art Byrne and Jim Womack

Contents

It takes approximately 8 hours to finish Leanscape. Upon ordering, you will receive a licence that's valid for 12 months from the first log in. During this period, you can complete the training any time you wish, at your own pace.

Leanscape includes the following topics:

Room 1: Agility
Introduction to the values and principles of Agile (free!)

Room 2: Process Control
What is the most suitable type of workflow for you to control processes while creating value?
Three different methods are introduced (defined, statistical and empirical).

Room 3: Eliminating Waste
Introduction to the eight wastes of Lean and solutions to removing them in your own work

Room 4: Customer Centricity
What does it mean if an organisation is customer centric? How can it be achieved?
How to move customer to the centre of your operations?

Room 5: Iteration
Introduction to both waterfall and iterative product developments. When should the iterative product
development be used? And when shouldn't it?

Room 6: Kanban
The principles and deployment of Kanban. How to increase employee commitment using Kanban?

Room 7: The MVP
How can the MVP help you build better selling products faster?

Room 8: Finalizing
Why should we also finalize and not only start new things? How to do it?

All of the topics include a theory section and many exercises such as simulation games, group exercises and thought provoking questions. The trainees reflect on the current practices of their organisation and come up with ideas to make concrete improvements in the future.

We also offer multiple additional contents to make Leanscape correspond to each and every one of your needs. Are you interested in tools to follow up on your transformation to lean? How about in separate trainings Leanscape for Project Management or Leanscape for Management?
Click below to check out the full list of add-ons and their contents.

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