A Tip to Help Your Kaizen

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A Tip to Help Your Kaizen

  1. 1. A  Tip  to  Help  Your   KAIZEN   改善 From  8/14  15:00  @  Gulf   Agile  2012   @haradakiro
  2. 2. What  KAIZEN  are  you  doing? -­‐  Code  Reviews?  -­‐  Pair-­‐Programming?  -­‐  RetrospecQves?  -­‐  Release  Checklists?  -­‐  Bug  Tracking  Systems?  -­‐  StandardizaQons?
  3. 3. Are  they  Sustainable? •  Many  Say  “Yes,  of  course”  Then  I  will  ask  another  quesQon.
  4. 4. Can  you  do  your  KAIZEN •  10  Qmes  more?  •  100  Qmes  more?  •  100,000  Qmes  more?
  5. 5. In  case  if  you  answer  ‘NO’ • You  are  not  doing                 KAIZEN  /  改善
  6. 6. ConQnuous  Improvement •  You  need  to  be  able  to            do  KAIZEN  conQnuously.
  7. 7. KAIZEN  is  about  reducing  inputs •  Reduce  Inputs   – While  keeping   • Same  output   • Same  or  Be_er  Quality    Do  less  work/acQvity  Use  less  resource            to  deliver  same  results!  
  8. 8. Where  Muda  come  from •  ムリ    Muri        Overload  /  Overburden              ↓  •  ムラ    Mura        Unevenness              ↓  •  ムダ    Muda      Waste  You  need  to  eliminate  Muri  first  with  KAIZEN  to  eliminate  Muda.  
  9. 9. KAIZEN  Categories  -­‐  ECRS • E      Eliminate  • C      Combine  • R      Replace  • S      Simplify
  10. 10. Do  you  remember  an  Agile  Principle?
  11. 11. Simplicity  is  EssenQal The  art  of  maximizing    the  amount  of  work    not  done
  12. 12. Do  KAIZEN  All  The  Time •  Eliminate  Muri  •  Eliminate  Mura  •  Eliminate  Muda  And  make  your   -­‐  Team   -­‐  Process   -­‐  Product   -­‐  Company            improve  conQnuously     Thank  you.  
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