- Kaizen is a system of continuous improvement in Quality, Technology, process, company culture, and Productivity.
- What is Kaizen?
- The degree of responsibilities of each category in the practice of Kaizen and management’s function in particular.
- The perceptual differences between japans and western nations with regard to job functions
- The role to be played by the four important functional categories, Top management middle management supervisor and workers in the implementation of KAIZEN in an organization.
- KAIZEN or continuous improvement –what are its wider connotations (kai-change, Zen-better)
- Is not KAIZEN an offshoot of other improvement concept tool and techniques already developed and adopted by the Japanese right from the early fifties, say like TQC/CWQC?
- Is KAIZEN a part of TQC? How do they relate to one another?
- KAIZEN and suggestion scheme.
- Western-oriented suggestion system and kaizen – a comparison.
- The areas and aspects in which KAIZEN is encouraged to be applied to bring result.
- KAIZEN- A People oriented approach
- Comparison of improvements- EAST vs. WEST.
- Kaizen and innovation diagrammatic comparison
- Recognition issues in – KAIZEN VS INNOVATION.
- How does KAIZEN differ from INNOVATION in the total manufacturing chain?
- Do KAIZEN – Oriented products cost less of innovation-oriented products cost less?
- The difference between an innovation-oriented industrial culture and KAIZEN oriented industrial culture.
- Measuring KAIZEN Improvement?
- KAIZEN AND TQC- a comparison.
- KAIZEN and cross Functional management (CFM)
- KAIZEN and P.D.C.A cycle.
- KAIZEN and Quality control circles
- Management – oriented KAIZEN.
- How does the KAIZEN system work?
- Managing KAIZEN in an organization.
- KAIZEN and policy deployment/policy Management
- KAIZEN in equipment’s areas (TPM)
- Problems solving tools and approaches in kaizen and other Japanese team concepts.
- KAIZEN and Employees – management and employees relation.
- Creating a greater sense of belonging.
- KAIZEN change the corporate culture.
Who Will Benefit From The Course?
The Training Methodology
- Participatory (Group Discussions, Games, Case Studies)
- Experiential (Film-based sessions, group activities)
- Cognitive (sessions using Psychology, Philosophy, Neuroscience & Popular Culture)
Duration 3 To 4 Days
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