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Kaizen Poster

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.

The Kaizen Poster depicts the key Kaizen concepts, principles, methods and tools for workplace continuous improvement.

The Poster comes in two themes: color and monochrome. Formatted in PDF and in editable PPTX, the poster can be easily printed on an A3-sized paper from an office copier machine and displayed on employee workstations, or distributed together with your workshop handouts.

The Kaizen Poster complements your Kaizen and Lean training presentation materials. It serves as a takeaway and summary of your process improvement presentation.

The Kaizen Poster includes:

1. Key Concepts of Kaizen
2. The Meaning of Kaizen
3. Ten Basic Principles of Kaizen
4. Kaizen Philosophy
5. Kaizen & Job Functions
6. Three Criteria of Kaizen
7. Three Main Types of Kaizen Activities
8. Kaizen Event Process
9. 5W & 1H of Kaizen

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.

The Kaizen Poster depicts the key Kaizen concepts, principles, methods and tools for workplace continuous improvement.

The Poster comes in two themes: color and monochrome. Formatted in PDF and in editable PPTX, the poster can be easily printed on an A3-sized paper from an office copier machine and displayed on employee workstations, or distributed together with your workshop handouts.

The Kaizen Poster complements your Kaizen and Lean training presentation materials. It serves as a takeaway and summary of your process improvement presentation.

The Kaizen Poster includes:

1. Key Concepts of Kaizen
2. The Meaning of Kaizen
3. Ten Basic Principles of Kaizen
4. Kaizen Philosophy
5. Kaizen & Job Functions
6. Three Criteria of Kaizen
7. Three Main Types of Kaizen Activities
8. Kaizen Event Process
9. 5W & 1H of Kaizen

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  1. 1. KAIZEN © Operational Excellence Consulting. All rights reserved. 1. Set the Scene 2. Understand Current Process 3. Develop Future State Design 4. Implement Solutions 5. Report & Celebrate Kaizen & Management Follow SDCA / PDCA Cycles Speak with Data Next Process Is Customer Quality First Process Vs Results The 5H & 1H of Kaizen Kaizen Event Process Key Concepts of Kaizen Who? What? Where? 1. Who does it? 2. Who is doing it? 3. Who should be doing it? 4. Who else can do it? 5. Who else should do it? 6. Who is doing 3-Mu’s? 1. What to do? 2. What is being done? 3. What should be done? 4. What else can be done? 5. What else should be done? 6. What 3-Mu’s are being done? 1. Where to do it? 2. Where is it done? 3. Where should it be done? 4. Where else can it be done? 5. Where else should it be done? 6. Where are 3-Mus’ being done? When? Why? How? 1. When to do it? 2. When is it done? 3. When should it be done? 4. What other time can it be done? 5. What other time should it be done? 6. Are there any time 3- Mu’s? 1. Why does he do it? 2. Why do it? 3. Why do it there? 4. When do it then? 5. Why do it that way? 6. Are there 3-Mu’s in the way of thinking? 1. How to do it? 2. How is it done? 3. How should it be done? 4. Can this method be used in other areas? 5. Is there any other way to do it? 6. Are there any 3-Mu’s in the method? Kaizen Activities Workplace Organization (“5S”) Waste (“Muda”) Elimination Standardization Three Main Types of Kaizen Activities Kaizen Means Continuous Improvement Plan Do Check Act Standardize Kaizen Standardize Kaizen Standardize Kaizen Standardize Kaizen (改 善) = Continuous Improvement 1. Does the idea reduce waste, improve quality or increase safety? 3. Is it standardized? 2. Does it address the root cause? ideas ideas ideas I D E A S ideas ideas ideas ideas ideas KAIZEN Three Criteria of Kaizen Current State Future State Exposing & Solving Problems Organizational Culture Kaizen Philosophy Ten Basic Principles of Kaizen Abandon fixed ideas. Reject the current state of things. Instead of explaining what cannot be done, reflect about how it can be done. No excuses needed. Go for the simple solution, not the perfect one. Correct mistakes right away. Use your wit, not your wallet. Problems are opportunities. Repeat “why?’ five times. There is no end to improvement. Seek ideas from many people. Kaizen & Job Functions Top Management Middle Management Supervisors Workers Kaizen Maintenance Innovation Everyone is responsible for Kaizen!
  2. 2. KAIZEN © Operational Excellence Consulting. All rights reserved. 1. Set the Scene 2. Understand Current Process 3. Develop Future State Design 4. Implement Solutions 5. Report & Celebrate Kaizen & Management Follow SDCA / PDCA Cycles Speak with Data Next Process Is Customer Quality First Process Vs Results The 5H & 1H of Kaizen Kaizen Event Process Key Concepts of Kaizen Who? What? Where? 1. Who does it? 2. Who is doing it? 3. Who should be doing it? 4. Who else can do it? 5. Who else should do it? 6. Who is doing 3-Mu’s? 1. What to do? 2. What is being done? 3. What should be done? 4. What else can be done? 5. What else should be done? 6. What 3-Mu’s are being done? 1. Where to do it? 2. Where is it done? 3. Where should it be done? 4. Where else can it be done? 5. Where else should it be done? 6. Where are 3-Mus’ being done? When? Why? How? 1. When to do it? 2. When is it done? 3. When should it be done? 4. What other time can it be done? 5. What other time should it be done? 6. Are there any time 3- Mu’s? 1. Why does he do it? 2. Why do it? 3. Why do it there? 4. When do it then? 5. Why do it that way? 6. Are there 3-Mu’s in the way of thinking? 1. How to do it? 2. How is it done? 3. How should it be done? 4. Can this method be used in other areas? 5. Is there any other way to do it? 6. Are there any 3-Mu’s in the method? Kaizen Activities Workplace Organization (“5S”) Waste (“Muda”) Elimination Standardization Three Main Types of Kaizen Activities Kaizen Means Continuous Improvement Plan Do Check Act Standardize Kaizen Standardize Kaizen Standardize Kaizen Standardize Kaizen (改 善) = Continuous Improvement 1. Does the idea reduce waste, improve quality or increase safety? 3. Is it standardized? 2. Does it address the root cause? ideas ideas ideas I D E A S ideas ideas ideas ideas ideas KAIZEN Three Criteria of Kaizen Current State Future State Exposing & Solving Problems Organizational Culture Kaizen Philosophy Ten Basic Principles of Kaizen Abandon fixed ideas. Reject the current state of things. Instead of explaining what cannot be done, reflect about how it can be done. No excuses needed. Go for the simple solution, not the perfect one. Correct mistakes right away. Use your wit, not your wallet. Problems are opportunities. Repeat “why?’ five times. There is no end to improvement. Seek ideas from many people. Kaizen & Job Functions Top Management Middle Management Supervisors Workers Kaizen Maintenance Innovation Everyone is responsible for Kaizen!
  3. 3. © Operational Excellence Consulting. All rights reserved. 3 Operational Excellence Consulting is a management training and consulting firm that assists organizations in improving business performance and effectiveness. Based in Singapore, the firm’s mission is to create business value for organizations through innovative design and operational excellence management training and consulting solutions. For more information, please visit www.oeconsulting.com.sg

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