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KAIZEN PHILOSOPHY

Kaizen Philosophy :

  • The Kaizen method of continuous incremental improvements is an originally Japanese management concept for incremental (gradual, continuous) change. The word Kai means continuous and Zen means improvement
  • Kaizen is actually a way of life philosophy, assuming that every aspect of our life deserves to be constantly improved.
  • The Kaizen philosophy lies behind many Japanese management concepts such as total quality control (TQM), quality control circles, small group activities, labor relations, muda elimination and 5S.
  • Key elements of Kaizen philosophy are quality, effort, involvement of all employees, willingness to change and communication
  • Kaizen is a daily process, the purpose of which goes beyond simple productivity improvement. It is also a process that, when done correctly, humanizes the workplace, eliminates overly hard work and how to learn to spot and eliminate waste in business processes

Key Kaizen Principles

  • 1. Elimination of waste & inefficiency
  • 2. Team work
  • 3. Personal discipline
  • 4. PDCA cycle
  • 5. Quality circles
  • 6. Suggestions for improvement
  • 7. 5S
  • a. Sort
  • b. Set
  • c. Shine
  • d. Standardize
  • e. Sustain