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Kaizen, also known as “continuous improvement” or “change for better” refers to philosophy or practice to systematically achieve small, incremental changes in processes in order to improve efficiency and quality. Kaizen originated in Japan in 1950. First, it was introduced and applied by Imai in 1986 to improve efficiency, productivity and competitiveness in Toyota.
Understand the definition and complete methodology for Kaizen implementation
Gain knowledge on how to plan, implement and report on Kaizen projects
Implement hands-on application of Kaizen tools and strategies
Increase team coordination and enhance teamwork
To empower staff to adopt the better practice and quality approaches
Commence a plan for the introduction of Kaizen in your organization
Who Should Attend?
Managers, Executives, Engineers, Clerks, Supervisors, Technicians, Officers, Production Leaders and Workers.
KAIZEN, THE CONCEPT
Kaizen And Management
Process Oriented Management Vs. Result Oriented Management
Improvement Vs. Innovation
KAIZEN BY TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Quality Control Approaches
P-D-C-A Cycle (Deming Wheel)
Problem Solving Cycle
KAIZEN, THE PRACTICE
Management- Oriented Kaizen
Group- Oriented Kaizen
Individual- Oriented Kaizen
Cross Functional Management
Top Management Commitment
KAIZEN, APPROACH TO PROBLEM SOLVING
Cause And Effect Diagram+ 5 Why
7 Qc Tools
POKA – Yoke (Mistake Proofing)
Quality Control Circle
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