This is an introductory course on the concepts and philosophy of a popular Japanese technique, known as KaizenAverage Ratings : /5
In this course we will talk about Kaizen, a very important Japanese concept involving everyone in the organization in journey of Quality Improvement, starting from the shop floor worker to the top management personnel.
Kaizen at the workplace means continuing improvement involving everyone, the managers and workers alike. The Kaizen business strategy involves everyone in an organization working together to make improvements without large capital investments.
This is an introductory course on the concepts and philosophy of a popular Japanese technique, known as Kaizen introduced by Masaaki Imai of Japan who defined it as a means of continuing improvement in personal life, home life, social life, and working life and termed it as the Key to Japan's Competitive Success'.
In order to be successful an organisation has to excel in continually improving its Quality Assurance System to meet and exceed its customer requirements and also in continually improving its delivery and the cost management system to provide its customers the product or service at a favourable price while securing reasonable profits for the company.
After doing this course the participants will learn the basic concepts and associated aspects of Kaizen and also about various related myths to this concept. They will also gain knowledge about the factors which may need improvement in the organization, the tools like 5 Ws and 1 H, Why-Why Analysis which are of great use in applying Kaizen and about the suggestion system and its benefits in the course of implementation of Kaizen in the organization.
Appreciate the basic concepts and associated factors of Kaizen and its related benefits and also about the tools required for implementation of Kaizen in an organization.
The essential educational requirements for the participants of this course will be: 1. An MBA or a Graduate Engineer or a Diploma holder with experience in manufacturing or service organization, or 2. An ITI Certificate holder with experience at the shop floor of a manufacturing organization, or 3. An Industrial Worker with experience at the shop floor of a manufacturing organization. 4. Higher & Middle Management of companies
|Effort:||3 – 6 Hours per week|
|*Stage I Fee:||Rs.0/- (Inclusive of Tax)|
|Interaction Mode:||Animation Video , Lectures|