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Workshop Language: German or English

Training schedule

2 days

1. day: 8.30 - 17.30
2. day: 8.30 - 17.30


University of Applied Sciences Munich
Lothstrasse 64
80335 Munich
Room R 0.062 / EG

Dates and fees on request


Questions about seminar organization?

Christine Matzner

Questions about seminar content?

Ines Ottensarndt

Tel. +49 (0) 89 857 6146

Lean Administration

The Lean Administration Game shows the ineffective tasks that take place daily in the indirect / administrative work areas and presents innovative Lean-Administration concepts and solutions. A real office situation is simulated. Participants experience the consequences of their work methods. They are then able to immediately transfer the newly won knowledge and to reach a sustainable change.

The duration of the seminar is 2 days. The Lean Administration simulation game was developed by the University of Applied Science Munich. The seminars will take place in a laboratory at the University itself. Please note that the seminar will only take place with at least 11 participants. It can be cancelled up to 3 weeks prior seminar beginn.

The optimal Lean Lerneffect can be reached when a solid basis is obtained through the Green Belt Certification and when this is then followed by the two practice based trainings, Lean Administration and Lean Production.


• Value added  principle (avoidance of waste)
• Workplace Organization and  Self-Organization
• Value Stream Analysis (Transparency & Communication)
• Principle of Continuous Improvement (KAIZEN)
• Standardization of Processes
• Teambuilding


Participants will be able to analyze a complex administrative process, to see opportuntities for improvement and to reach through workplace and process optimization, a better performance of the complete system.

Target Group

• Executives
• LEAN-Coaches
• Sales, Order Processing, Procurement, Operations Scheduling, Technique and Warehouse Management.


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Spitznagel
Prof. Dr. Andreas Rieger