Kaizen is a Japanese word meaning 'continuous improvement.' It's made up of two characters in Japanese: Kai, which means 'change,' and zen, which means 'good.' It's used to describe a company culture where everyone, from the CEO to the front desk clerk, regularly evaluates their work and considers ways to improve it. While it is a game-changing process, unfortunately 80% of Kaizen operations development projects fail in companies. Stop working inefficiently and start using the incredible pool of knowledge and insight that each member at every level of your team has! The concept is that small steps on a regular basis will lead to large improvements over time. By simplifying the process to its core, the course illustrates how you can create your own internal Kaizen activities, too, without hiring a consultant! This seminar will lead you through the exact process and steps for how to do it by conducting Kaizen most effectively and efficiently the first time.
In this seminar, you will learn:
- How kaizen can help your business manage the peaks and valleys of growth
- Where in your business the kaizen process should be applied
- To evaluate the tools your business is currently using to standardize operational problem-solving, and what it could be using
- An overview of the 8 Kaizen PDCA steps for problem-solving
- The three key reasons Kaizen operations development project fail
- Who in your team can conduct kaizen to help the company grow exponentially