Kaizen / A3 Thinking / Problem-solving (1 day)
Course duration: 1 day.
Kaizen Lean Training is a philosophy that focuses on continuous improvement.
“The man who makes no mistakes does not usually make anything”. — E.J. Phelps
Kaizen is a philosophy that focuses on continuous improvement. First we need to recognise all businesses as a series of processes. Then we need to recognise the process experts as those who are involved in the process. Kaizen provides a structure to help the experts to continuously improve their process.
Who should attend?
Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders and personnel involved in Process Improvement.
People at all levels of an organisation can participate in Kaizen.
Typically, a Kaizen team involves a small group in improving their own work environment and productivity.
“I found the skills I acquired from partaking in the programme significantly helped me to improve one of my biggest weaknesses…planning and organising” — Caoimhe, Solicitor
What will I learn from Kaizen Lean Training?
- How small working groups can be organised to produce process improvements
- The most common tools employed by Kaizen teams to define and execute their projects
- How to plan a Kaizen event in your place of work.
- How to Kaizen
- Voice of the customer (VOC)
- Problem Statements
- Data gathering
- 7 analysis tools
- The Kaizen Event
- Prioritising Changes
- Implementation Plan
- Check and Sustain
- Typical results
Assessment and Certification
ETAC certificate of attendance.
Offsite, Venue and dates to be arranged, Onsite, Dates to be arranged
1, 10, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8