We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byJayden Rose
Modified over 3 years ago
1 © 2004 Superfactory. All Rights Reserved. Lean Office – Kaizen (Sample Slides) Superfactory Excellence Program
2 © 2004 Superfactory. All Rights Reserved. Outline What is Kaizen? What is Kaizen? History History How to Kaizen How to Kaizen The Kaizen Blitz The Kaizen Blitz Roadblocks Roadblocks
3 © 2004 Superfactory. All Rights Reserved. What is Kaizen? Kaizen (Kyzen) Kaizen (Kyzen) Kai means changeKai means change zen means good (for the better)zen means good (for the better) Gradual, orderly, and continuous improvement Gradual, orderly, and continuous improvement Ongoing improvement involving everyone Ongoing improvement involving everyone
4 © 2004 Superfactory. All Rights Reserved. Identify VA, NVA-R, and NVA
5 © 2004 Superfactory. All Rights Reserved.Tools Flow Charts Cause and Effect Diagrams Check Sheets Histograms Pareto Charts Scatter Diagram Control Charts
6 © 2004 Superfactory. All Rights Reserved. Kaizen Blitz Total focus on a defined process to create radical improvement in a short period of time Total focus on a defined process to create radical improvement in a short period of time Dramatic improvements in productivity, quality, delivery, lead-time, set-up time, space utilization, work in process, workplace organization Dramatic improvements in productivity, quality, delivery, lead-time, set-up time, space utilization, work in process, workplace organization Typically five days (one week) long Typically five days (one week) long
7 © 2004 Superfactory. All Rights Reserved. Roadblocks Too busy to study it Too busy to study it A good idea but the timing is premature A good idea but the timing is premature Not in the budget Not in the budget Theory is different from practice Theory is different from practice Isnt there something else for you to do? Isnt there something else for you to do? Doesnt match corporate policy Doesnt match corporate policy Not our business – let someone else analyze it Not our business – let someone else analyze it Its not improvement – its common sense Its not improvement – its common sense I know the result even if we dont do it I know the result even if we dont do it Fear of accountability Fear of accountability Isnt there an even better way? Isnt there an even better way?
1 © 2004 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved. Lean Manufacturing Overview Superfactory Excellence Program™
1 Lean Office - Kaizen
1 Lean Manufacturing Overview Lean Manufacturing Overview
Kaizen – Just Do It! Kaizen means continuous improvement. Kaizen means continuous improvement. Moreover, Kaizen means continuing improvement in personal.
1 FMS Executive Series Kaizen. 2 Kaizen Basics Continuous Improvement Kaizen (Ky’zen) “Kai” -- change “zen” -- for the better The 3 M’s are the major.
Discussion 45 minutes Break 5 minutes Discussion 40 minutes Will understand what a Kaizen “event” is Will be able to plan and carry out a Kaizen.
Lean Six Sigma: Process Improvement Tools and Techniques Donna C. Summers © 2011 Pearson Higher Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ All Rights Reserved.
Vermont ASQ Meeting March 24, 2005 Jeffrey S. Solomon General Dynamics Burlington, VT Kaizen: Focused, Fast Team Improvement.
Total Quality Management Key concepts The Cost of Quality Tools and Techniques Benefits Implementation.
Chapter 8 Problem-Solving Using Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control.
Continuous Improvement. Ideas of CI Continually seeking ways to improve operations Not unique to quality – also applies to other process improvements.
Standard Work (Sample Slides) Superfactory Manufacturing Excellence Series Lean Overview 5S & Visual Factory Cellular Manufacturing Jidoka Kaizen Poka.
Total Quality Management. What is Quality? Quality is a relative concept. Quality is in the eye of the beholder Perfection Doing it right at the first.
1. 2 Class Questions on Organizational Issues with Kaizen The underlying mission for any organization is to enable work to occur that satisfies the customer.
A philosophy that involves everyone in an organization in a continual effort to improve quality and achieve customer satisfaction. Customer satisfaction.
Project Description Objective Understand how SME’s use Internet and social media for their international marketing strategies We see that more and more.
Cause and Effect, Fishbone, Ishikawa Diagram Be water my friend.
S D S A S D S A Which Model? When? What Order? BenchmarkingBenchmarking –Use this process when a system needs total rework, redesign or a complete new.
Property of School District of Holmen Bridging the Gap through Continuous Improvement.
Part II The Baldrige Model of Performance Excellence Prepared for: The Cedar Rapids Community Schools Board of Education July 26, 2004.
Lean Training through IMPLEMENTATION THE WORKSmart! DIFFERENCE.
/ 241 An Workshop Wonca Europe, September 2008, Istanbul Basic Tools of Quality Dr. Zekeriya Aktürk, Dr. Nezih Dağdeviren, Dr. Turan Set
1 © 2005 Superfactory™. All Rights Reserved. Lean Office Overview (Sample Slides) Superfactory Excellence Program™
Total Quality Management BUS 3 – 142 Tools of Quality Week of Mar 7, 2011.
Élan Kaizen Élan Enterprises LLC - Constant Never Ending Improvement - Plan DoStudy Act.
By S.Pragash Date : 20 th Oct Kaizen is a Japanese word for the philosophy that defines management’s role in continuously encouraging and implementing.
Kaizen Principle of ongoing improvement Masaki Imai “Kaizen: The Key to Japan's Competitive Success”
Quality Circles By: - Bhartrihari Pandiya MBA-107.
Tools for Process Improvement Managing for Quality Dr. Tibben-Lembke.
Chapter 2 lesson 5 Reaching Your goals. vocab Success- achievement of your goal Action plan- map that outlines the steps for reaching your goal Setback-
KAIZEN Kaizen is a Japanese quality improvement philosophy named after the phrase “continuous improvement.” Kaizen aims to create a quality oriented culture.
The Lean Enterprise All About Kaizen Lean Foundations Continuous Improvement Training.
OM7a -1TQM and Quality Tools Chapter 11 TQM & Quality Tools.
5 th Grade Etiwanda School District. Match the Word with its definition to make information available to people to prevent someone from entering.
Should Sam Move Out? Presentation Template (Erase this line and put your Name Here)
Value Stream Management for Lean Healthcare IDM 404 Spring 2014 Lean Six Sigma Terminology SOURCES: Minitab 15 Help Guide The Lean Healthcare Pocket Guide.
ACT PLAN STUDY DO Plan Continuous Improvement Define the System Standardize Improvement Study the Results Assess Current Situation Try Out Improvement.
Process Management Process improvement (for Chronic problems) Process control (for Sporadic problems)
IE 673Session 6 - Process Improvement1 Process Improvement.
Supercharging DMAIC IT’S TIME TO USE THE POWER OF THE COLLECTIVE MIND.
TI 2111 Work System Design and Ergonomics 2. Problem Solving Tools.
Board of Regents - University of Wisconsin Six Sigma in Higher Education: UW Administrative Process Redesign Project Scott Converse University of Wisconsin.
EME Quality Control Dr. L.Anneberg, Ph.D Fall 2001 Office: E215 Phone:
Magnificent 7. Problem Solving Scientific Method 1. Define the Problem 2. Gather Information 3. Develop Alternatives 4. Evaluate Alternatives 5. Implement.
Value Stream Management for Lean Healthcare ISE 491 Fall 2009 Lean Six Sigma Healthcare Terminology - Lecture 8.
Seven Quality Tools The Seven Tools –Histograms, Pareto Charts, Cause and Effect Diagrams, Run Charts, Scatter Diagrams, Flow Charts, Control Charts.
Kaizen Basics Quality Engineering and Quality Management 1 © University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Blended Learning Program Course Description Blended Learning FLEXIBLE: Class sessions can be 100% online or augmented with live.
Quality Improvement: Problem Solving AgendaAgenda Review Homework Problems: Ch 2: 3, 7, 12 Lecture/discussion Chapter 3: Problem Solving PDSA Deming.
Methods of Science Section 1.1. Methods of Science 3 areas of science: Life, Earth, Physical –What is involved in each? Scientific Explanations- not always.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.