Japanese Kaizen and Continuous Improvement Tools

Japanese Kaizen and Continuous Improvement Tools

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Course Description

The Kaizen program is one of the important improvement strategies in organizations, where it works to solve problems with quality tools and identifies priority areas for improvement in organizations. All that Kaizen requires is small, convenient steps towards improvement in plans and change in the workplace for the better.

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Program Goals

  1. Enriching and developing the trainee’s experiences and refining his skills with the foundations and methods of using continuous improvement tools in
  2. Improving operations according to the Kaizen methodology efficiently and effectively.

At the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize the Japanese Kaizen philosophy and differentiate it from the rest of the improvement processes.
  2. Determining the waste (with no added value) in processes or time
  3. Or materials at work.
  4. Identifying areas with a mechanism for improvement using Kaizen.
  5. Learn about the ways to analyze problems in Kaizen.
  6. Learn how to solve problems using Kaizen.
  7. Training in office and workplace organization processes 5s

 

Evaluation Strategy

  1. Practical applications (individual, bilateral, group activities)
  2. Conversation and discussion.
  3. Brainstorming (brainstorming)
  4. cooperative learning

Course Details
Introduction to the Japanese philosophy of Kaizen

  1. Introduction
  2. What is meant by kaizen?
  3. Change Methodology Using Kaizen
  4. Kaizen is based on the following principles
  5. Kaizen Principles
  6. Comparison between Kaizen and the rest of the continuous improvement process
  7. Comparison between Kaizen and the rest of the continuous improvement process
  8. Strengths of Kaizen

Kaizen Strategy

  1. kaizen suggestion system
  2. Features of the Kaizen Suggestion System
  3. The difference between the traditional suggestion system and the Kaizen suggestion system
  4. The difference between the kaizen system and the traditional system in dealing with problems
  5. Bukayoka Error Prevention System
  6. stop method to solve problems jidoka
  7. Business Profiling Strategy

Continuous Improvement Tools

  1. fish bone analysis
  2. The method of the five questions sequential analysis (Why-Why?) (Why-Why Analysis)

Organizing The Work Environment

  1. Definition of the five years
  2. Category
  3. Arrange and organize
  4. cleaning
  5. Profiling and calibration
  6. Commitment and self-discipline
  7. 5s application benefits

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