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What is Kaizen? How to perform a Kaizen?

Kaizen Workshops

What is a Kaizen?

Kaizen is a term that refers to on-going or continuous improvement. The definition of kaizen comes from two Japanese words: ‘kai’ meaning ‘change’ and ‘zen’ meaning ‘good’.  However, Kaizen has come to mean "continuous improvement" through its association with lean methodology and principles. Simply put, Kaizen is a method for quick change.

Why is Kaizen Important?

  • Reduces waste, including time, resources, and revenue

  • Facilitates a culture of ownership: employees have a direct impact on the way things are done which makes them happier and more confident

  • Improves competitiveness, either between employees by providing suggestions or by the efficiency that contributes to lower costs and higher quality

  • Improves consumer satisfaction: higher quality means happier customers

  • Improves problem solving: encouraging the employees to solve problems continuously by looking at processes from a solutions perspective

Why is Kaizen important

What else can Kaizen do for your business? Contact us to schedule a Kaizen Workshop and start your Operational Excellence journey today!

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Operations EH&S

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SWOT Analysis

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Lean Culture

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Introduction to Lean Waste

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5S

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Gemba

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Value Stream Mapping

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Kaizen

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Total Quality Management

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Total Productive Maintenance

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Standardization

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Add-ons

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