Hello again!

Hope you’ve followe d and enjoyed our first five Fujitsu posts (one from each of our five trainees in Sweden)! In this post I’ll update on the great Lean Foundations course I recently attended at our Gothenburg offices.

Fujitsu’s Japanese roots are visible in many of our ways of working and this is especially true when it comes to the use of Lean management. For this reason, a three-day introductory course is available for employees of Fujitsu who are interesteLean Champions!d in working with Lean in their teams. The course was a fantastic mix of activities, lectures and games and was attended by both Fujitsu colleagues and Master students from Chalmers University.

The introductory course covered key areas of Lean such as; Visual Steering, Waste, Standard Work, 5S – Workplace Organization and much more. The content was really valuable for me in my role and I’m glad I’ve been able to take advantage of th

Stefania celebrating!

Stefania celebrating!

e external trainings Fujitsu and the Graduate Program have had to offer so far!

Outside of the course, I had tons of fun hanging out in beautiful Gothenburg with Stina and Stefania- our two trainees based there 🙂

Girls night :)

Girls night 🙂