Kaizen Member Training
Kaizen is the strategy for making improvements in all business areas. It focuses on implementing continuous change over time. When the strategy is fully utilized, everyone in the organization participates for making improvement in quality in all business areas. Reductions in cycle times, costs, and wastes, along with improved throughput and productivity are achievable outcomes.
This intense, one-day workshop will help individuals learn how to apply this proven strategy within the scope of a larger Kaizen implementation. It introduces participants to the Kaizen methodology, its tools and application techniques.
Emphasis will be placed on encouraging participants to implement Kaizen to improve the current way of working. Participants will learn why implementing and using Kaizen is beneficial and important. At the end of the training, participants should have a good understanding of the different tools and their applications.
The workshop is highly interactive and uses practical exercises, discussions, case studies, video presentation and games to reinforce understanding and assist and enhance the transfer of learning. The participants will learn how to proactively apply the new learning immediately on return to their own work environment.
Duration: 1 Day
Kaizen Team Members
The training aims to familiarise participants with the concepts of Kaizen, QC Tools and the Kaizen principles and tools. Participants will also learn the steps to implementing a Kaizen improvement project.
Introduction to Kaizen
Basic Kaizen Principles and Tools
Kaizen Quality Improvement Tools set
- 7 QC Tools and their application
- Check Sheet
- Pareto Chart
- Scatter Diagram
- Process Map
- Cause and Effect Diagram
- Process Map
- Control Chart
How to implement an Effective Kaizen Project
The Kaizen Week Approach
- Kaizen Week Preparation
- General Kaizen Week Structure
- Facilitation Keys
- Kaizen Team Rules
- Kaizen Week Detailed Schedule
Case Studies and Exercises
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