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Start implementing Kaizen in your facility using the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle and achieve continual improvement.
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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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.