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Kaizen strategy is the single most important concept in Japanese management - the key to successful Japanese companies such as Toyota. Kaizen, which simply means continuous improvement, is the foundation for all Lean improvements. Kaizen events are opportunities to make focused changes in the workplace.

This training presentation is specially designed for managers, supervisors, facilitators and continuous improvement steering committees who want to kick-start and implement Kaizen activities in their work areas to improve productivity and customer value. This presentation includes:
- the principles and key concepts of Kaizen
- tools and techniques for running daily Kaizen activities
- overcoming the barriers to successful implementation.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. Explain the key concepts of Kaizen
2. Manage Kaizen activities as a means to eliminate waste and provide increased value to customers
3. Learn the key tools and techniques in the Kaizen approach to problem solving
4. Define the key steps in conducting a Kaizen event
5. Explain the role of management in managing Kaizen activities
6. Understand the critical success factors in sustaining Kaizen activities

CONTENTS

Introduction to Kaizen
- What is Kaizen
- Kaizen & Lean
- Kaizen versus Innovation
- Key Elements of Kaizen
- Kaizen Philosophy
- Key Kaizen Approaches
- Benefits of Kaizen

Kaizen & Waste
- Methods to Increase Productivity
- Waste & Value
- The 3Ms – Muda, Mura & Muri
- Eight Types of Waste
- Examples of Waste

Key Concepts of Kaizen
- Kaizen & Management
- Follow SDCA / PDCA Cycles
- Speak with Data
- Next Process is Customer
- Quality First
- Process versus Results

Kaizen Management
- Cross-functional Management
- Hoshin Kanri
- TQC/TQM
- TPM
- Suggestion System

Kaizen Practices
- Management-oriented Kaizen
- Group-oriented Kaizen
- Individual-oriented Kaizen

Kaizen Implementation
- Gemba House
- Gemba Process
- Ten Rules of Kaizen
- Kaizen Event

Problem Solving
- PDCA Problem Solving Technique
- Basic Problem Solving Tools
- A3 Storyboard

Developing “Kaizen Eyes”
- Ways to develop “Kaizen Eyes”

Role of Management
​- Management's Role in Kaizen
- Kotter’s Change Management Model

Critical Success Factors

To download this complete presentation, please go to: http://www.oeconsulting.com.sg

Kaizen strategy is the single most important concept in Japanese management - the key to successful Japanese companies such as Toyota. Kaizen, which simply means continuous improvement, is the foundation for all Lean improvements. Kaizen events are opportunities to make focused changes in the workplace.

This training presentation is specially designed for managers, supervisors, facilitators and continuous improvement steering committees who want to kick-start and implement Kaizen activities in their work areas to improve productivity and customer value. This presentation includes:
- the principles and key concepts of Kaizen
- tools and techniques for running daily Kaizen activities
- overcoming the barriers to successful implementation.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. Explain the key concepts of Kaizen
2. Manage Kaizen activities as a means to eliminate waste and provide increased value to customers
3. Learn the key tools and techniques in the Kaizen approach to problem solving
4. Define the key steps in conducting a Kaizen event
5. Explain the role of management in managing Kaizen activities
6. Understand the critical success factors in sustaining Kaizen activities

CONTENTS

Introduction to Kaizen
- What is Kaizen
- Kaizen & Lean
- Kaizen versus Innovation
- Key Elements of Kaizen
- Kaizen Philosophy
- Key Kaizen Approaches
- Benefits of Kaizen

Kaizen & Waste
- Methods to Increase Productivity
- Waste & Value
- The 3Ms – Muda, Mura & Muri
- Eight Types of Waste
- Examples of Waste

Key Concepts of Kaizen
- Kaizen & Management
- Follow SDCA / PDCA Cycles
- Speak with Data
- Next Process is Customer
- Quality First
- Process versus Results

Kaizen Management
- Cross-functional Management
- Hoshin Kanri
- TQC/TQM
- TPM
- Suggestion System

Kaizen Practices
- Management-oriented Kaizen
- Group-oriented Kaizen
- Individual-oriented Kaizen

Kaizen Implementation
- Gemba House
- Gemba Process
- Ten Rules of Kaizen
- Kaizen Event

Problem Solving
- PDCA Problem Solving Technique
- Basic Problem Solving Tools
- A3 Storyboard

Developing “Kaizen Eyes”
- Ways to develop “Kaizen Eyes”

Role of Management
​- Management's Role in Kaizen
- Kotter’s Change Management Model

Critical Success Factors

To download this complete presentation, please go to: http://www.oeconsulting.com.sg

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