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KAIZEN™ Foundations is designed to raise awareness to the importance of continuous improvement, introducing attendees to the main concepts of KAIZEN™ Lean.

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Six Sigma is a management strategy that seeks, through quantitative methods, to achieve better financial results by reducing the variability of processes, in addition to customer and consumer satisfaction.

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Participants learn about the KAIZEN™ Change Management System and how to diagnosis and develop a strategy for a successful change process. The methods and steps to successfully implementing Lean and change across the organization are covered in various sections. While change is often perceived with a sense of apprehension, participants in the KAIZEN™ Change Management Systems begin to taste change as something that can be positive and sustainable impact

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The KAIZEN™ Practitioner seminar is designed to help understand the basic principles of the following KAIZEN™ ways of working and that is: 1. Understanding KAIZEN™ and how to implement sustainable within your workplace 2. Understanding of KAIZEN™ Change Management Model 3. Able to utilize the four main approach of Plan-Do-Check-Act 4. Able to use common KAIZEN™ tools such as Gemba, Value Stream Mapping, Standard Operating, Daily KAIZEN™ whilst learning KAIZEN™ tools and techniques, as well as their practical application in the workplace. KAIZEN™ tools seek to solve problems through scientific methods, based on teamwork. It is a daily improvement of all employees and all company operations.

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This course is designed to showcase continuous improvement tools for the development of natural work teams, focussing on the role of team leaders. The aim of Daily KAIZEN™ is to enable teams to review and improve their performance every day

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Learn what Value Stream Mapping is and how this powerful tool can assist you to identify project-based, and daily, improvements. Grasp how to apply different Value Stream Mapping techniques at various levels within an organization to manage improvement.

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It develops the behaviors of managers and middle managers, it is the axes of continuous improvement, related to the strategic objectives, the motivation of the team and the consolidation of the change.

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Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is the KLE to apply the tools of continuous improvement to the quality of the facilities. Pointing to maximize efficiency by means of a permanent system of preventive maintenance to which takes part in the totality of the production site members. Learn about the 8 pillars of the TPM system and how to identify the main losses in production and maintenance. Participants will be trained in the application of the TPM methods such as autonomous and planned maintenance in order to increase the effectiveness of machines and equipment. Three days of work in teams to consolidate or learn for the first time the KAIZEN™ methodology, solving some concrete challenges in the real company to implement the principles and pillars of the Total Productive Maintenance.

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Total Quality Management TQM is a management approach to long-term success through customer satisfaction. It’s a method by which management and employees can become involved in the continuous improvement of the production of goods and services, processes, and the culture in which they work. Total Quality Management, It is a combination of quality and management tools aimed at increasing business and reducing losses due to wasteful practices. It uses strategy, data, and effective communications to integrate the quality discipline into the culture and activities of the organization.

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Workplace Organization or simply called 5S, is an integral part of the Lean and KAIZEN™ process. The 5S’s are Sort (Seiri), Straighten (Seiton), Scrub (Seiso), Standardization (Seiketsu) and Sustain (Shitsuke). When 5S BIC is performed as the first step of a Organization effort to drive continuous improvement, processes become more visible and identified “waste” is cleaned out and basically a cornerstone to all other continuous improvement KAIZEN™ activity. It is also part of the Daily KAIZEN™ Level 2 within the natural teams effectiveness in their respective workplace organization. 5S BIC clearly communicates that management is willing to allow the employees to be involved in the process of change. The goal of the program is to have an office area that is customer ready at all times. 5S BIC creates a neat, clean and orderly facility that will become a source of lasting pride for all employees. While change is often perceived with a sense of apprehension, participants in the 5S BIC program begin to taste change as something that can be positive and impactful.

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