MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 10 lectures (56m) | Size: 172.7 MB
In this training, you will learn everything you need to know to plan, execute and follow up on your own Kaizen Event.
Learn to implement the continuous improvement methodology of Kaizen
How to successfully implement Kaizen within your organization
How to prepare, run and follow-up on your own Kaizen Events
How to solve urgent and complex problems at their root cause using Kaizen Events
How to continuously improve your organization and outperform the competition using Kaizen
No formal entry requirements
This effective and versitile problem-solving method is one of the most popular and often used methods from the Lean Six Sigma methodology, enabling you to continiously improve and outperform the competition.
In this training we will discuss the history and theoretical background of Kaizen, but we will mostly focus on the practical aspects of implementing Kaizen Events and continious improvement at your organization, like tools you can use and best practices. On top of that, I also created templates for a Kaizen Agenda and Kaizen Event Charter, that you can and use for your own events.
In this course you will learn:
The history of Kaizen
Kaizen Event & Continuous Improvement
Preparing a Kaizen Event
Running a Kaizen Event
How to implement solutions from a Kaizen Event
Tools you can use for Kaizen Events
Practical tips and tricks to make the most out of your Kaizen Events
We will also discuss how DMAIC and Kaizen relate to each other, what a fishbone diagram is, how you can use business process modeling to solve complex problems and how the 5 why's technique works.
After completing this training you are able to prepare, host and follow up on your own Kaizen Events. Join this training and start improving right now!
UPDATE: Included three video's on how to use the templates.
Everyone who wants to implement Kaizen in their organization
Everyone who wants to learn how to continuously improve their organization