Can someone tell me what kaizen is?
Could yoo tell me in simplest form what it means, what it is and what it does?Ive tried to google it but I cant understand their definitions?
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“Kaizen (Japanese for “improvement” or “change for the
better”) refers to philosophy or practices that focus upon
continuous improvement of processes in manufacturing,
engineering, supporting business processes, and
management. It has been applied in healthcare,
government, banking, and many other industries. When used
in the business sense and applied to the workplace, kaizen
refers to activities that continually improve all functions, and
involves all employees from the CEO to the assembly line
workers. It also applies to processes, such as purchasing and
logistics, that cross organizational boundaries into the supply
chain. By improving standardized activities and processes,
kaizen aims to eliminate waste (see lean manufacturing).
Kaizen was first implemented in several Japanese
businesses after the Second World War, influenced in part by
American business and quality management teachers who
visited the country. It has since spread throughout the
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Total quality management and kaizen?
TQM is changing employee’s attitudes so that they try to achieve high quality in every aspect of their jobs. it involves an expensive training programme and setting up Quality circles. are these quality circles called kaizen or is kaizen something totaly different?
You are correct in your statement about changing an employees attitude. It is known as “culture change”. Before a company can successfully implement any quality management system, there has to be culture change. I use 5S as a tool to get people motivated and start the change. 5S is also a good tool that lets me kow if an organization is going to struggle with the implementing and sustaining of the QMS. If they struggle with something as simple as 5S, they will have a hard time committing to a true qms, and the 5th S is sustain. Kaizen is a japanese term for continuous improvement, ( a good book is GEMBA KAIZEN) but it can also be used as a tool in any qms. As in the newer version of ISO 9000 there is an emphasis and clause for continuous improvement. With all Quality Management Systems, education and knowledge is key. As the great Dr. Edwards Deming said…..”knowledge is everything”. The basic knowledge that has to be absorbed is the knowledge of your current system or method. An organization may think they know what they are doing but in reality have no idea, and cannot improve, if they have not mapped their process, written procedures and developed a true system. Once this ystem is established, then the process can be monitored and changed for the better. That last thing I will say that is with all systems, there has to be a way to measure the performance. You can read more at www.manufacturingsystems1.com
IS MBA from Kaizen School of Business Management approved by AICTE & UGC? Is is accepted Globelly if I do MBA?
I have completed my diploma in Computer engg and i entered into business development field i got +5 years experience in the same field now I am planing to do MBA in KSBM. Is its approved by the govt of India? and is it worth/acceptable in global Market? Please help me in my career growth. ****THANK YOU FOR YOUR GUIDANCE*****
With a diploma + 5 years of experience,if you think you can do a PG Degree,
then you probably deserve nothing better than KSBM
where would i get the power point presentation slides for “kaizen theory” ?
looks like the one you’re looking for.. Just copy and paste that link
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