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Start implementing Kaizen in your facility using the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle and achieve continual improvement.
In 10 minutes, learn quick tips for improving efficiency with lean practices in your warehouse
Developed in Japan just after World War II, Kaizen has been a popular and successful management philosophy that is used by many major Japanese and domestic companies to help facilities attain efficiency and production goals.
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Find out how to make rapid and significant changes in high-priority areas with Kaizen events.
Identify failure modes and related causes of an event with a Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).
Apply this questioning approach to identify the root cause of a problem
Lean Kaizen Theory in Manufacturing
See how Kaizen Theory is beneficial in a manufacturing environment by encouraging employee suggestions for improvements.
Performance Improvement Plan
Get strategies for achieving higher quality results and maximizing performance with a measurable plan using lean methods.
Use in-person diagnosis to understand problems and implement solutions with Genchi Genbutsu.
Getting Started with Kaizen
Get buy-in from employees and get Kaizen started by applying creative solutions for effective training and discussion.
A3 Problem Solving
Understand the seven steps of the A3 lean manufacturing method for problem-solving reports used by Toyota.
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