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A step by step guide to implement Kaizen in your business to achieve Continuous Improvement and Operational Excellence
Although Kaizen dates backs to centuries, it became a published terminology in Japanese works during the 20th century. It can be defined as change for good. Kaizen can be a simple change in the process which impacts the processes to become more efficient, reduces waste and increases productivity. It all goes back to Toyota manufacturing plant in the 1960’s when the term kaizen was used in the structural improvement in manufacturing while establishing the Toyota Production System (known as TPS today). TPS later became an inspiration for Lean Manufacturing and expanded to almost every business out there.
Since then, it has been seen as one of the most sought-after methodologies. Every business wants operate in a way which is lean, having minimum to no waste and maximum value. In order to achieve that, the cycle of continuous improvement should be used and this course aims to provide you exactly that. It teaches you how you can use the cycle of continuous improvement to make your business that has little to no waste and maximum value.
This course will teach you about
What kaizen means
Where kaizen can be used
How Kaizen can be used
What are the steps to implement kaizen in your business?
What is PDCA cycle?
What is Root Cause Analysis?
Where to use Pareto analysis?
…and much more.
Kaizen believes that the contribution to improvement is a never-ending process which is the source of many innovations and achievements. It is a search for a better way. Once a job has been designed, people forget about it. We are always on the outlook to improve products but not processes that make that product. Kaizen suggests otherwise, it focuses on the process improvement which ultimately helps the product in ways which you could not have even imagined.
The cycle of Continuous Improvement or Kaizen allows employees to use his or her native abilities and creativity to the fullest to make their jobs easier and better every day.
It focuses on how you can improve your business to effectively run all operations, make employees feel worthwhile and also make improvements to the processes along the way. Kaizen encourages everyone to make their work better for themselves.
In this course you will find almost every technique in the book that will help you achieve exactly what you need to become a part of the continuous improvement cycle.