Kaizen

Kaizen

Are you continuously improving as an organisation?

Are you making those little changes everyday, that make you better than yesterday?

Do you know “Kaizen” as one of the principles of the Toyota way?

Did you know that the top companies are resorting to this philosophy to boost their efficiency?

Are you being left out without the knowledge of this miraculous philosophy?

 

Kaizen is the practice of continuous improvement. Kaizen one of the principles of the Toyota Way: The Key to Japan’s Competitive Success. Today Kaizen is recognized worldwide as an important pillar of an organization’s long-term competitive strategy.

Stagnancy is the root cause of lethargy and accumulation of flab in the organisation, ultimately making it a diseased & less efficient one. LEAN is aimed at cutting short this flab getting companies up, running and more profitable than ever before.

Continuous Improvement states that big results come from many small changes accumulated over time. It means everyone involved in making improvements small and big, at all times at all processes. It means that the organisation has strong values and a culture where every employee strives to achieve betterment at their work, eliminate wastes and increase efficiency at all times. This makes the organisation healthy and churns more profits. Everyday is better than the day before.

Kaizen utilizes a set of proven methods and tools to reduce waste and increase Value. This methodology has been applied across the globe in every economic sector. It is continuous improvement that is based on certain guiding principles.

  • Good processes bring good results
  • Go see for yourself to grasp the current situation
  • Speak with data, manage by facts
  • Take action to contain and correct root causes of problems
  • Work as a team
  • Kaizen is everybody’s business
  • And much more!

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