Kaizen and Kaizen Event Implementation outlines
the fundamental aspects of an effective continuous improvement
program that can be used to implement lean and make it stay.
Creating and sustaining change can only happen when management is
completely dedicated to continuous improvement. Kaizen
and Kaizen Event Implementation will break down the most
common uses for kaizen events, and how to plan, execute, and follow
up on each of them.
Kaizen and Kaizen Event Implementation will first outline the key aspects of a company kaizen program including the kaizen governing committee, the kaizen champion, tracking and schedule of kaizen events, and the communication system within the organization. It will also give detailed direction on numerous types of kaizen events and how each requires different approaches to implementation. This is where Kaizen and Kaizen Event Implementation will stand-alone as the "the book" on kaizen.
Kaizen and Kaizen Event Implementation emphasizes culture change and how management must deal with resistance to lean and change. Without management commitment and employee buy in, lean and kaizen will go away.
Table of contents
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- About the Author
- Part I Kaizen Basics
- Part II. Kaizen Events
- Title: Kaizen and Kaizen Event Implementation
- Release date: April 2009
- Publisher(s): Pearson
- ISBN: 9780137022700
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