Kaizen is a proven, dynamic Lean principle to engage employees and gain support that drives continuous improvements throughout your organization. In this 60-minute webinar, learn how to actively empower employees to spot and eliminate waste in your processes. You and your team will learn how to:
Successfully perform a Kaizen event for significant improvements
Create your 8-week Kaizen Event plan & team structure for success
Engage employees & build buy-in with Kaizen practices
Utilize Kaizen to drive continuous improvements on a daily basis
Kaizen & Lean Practices to Build Continuous Improvements
Key Kaizen concepts to make processes easier, better, faster and cheaper
Effective ways to make small, manageable changes in your organization
Best practices to keep your team on the right track
Engaging Employees for Success: Tools, Practices and Techniques for Implementation
Spaghetti Diagrams & brainstorming techniques
How to successfully incorporate Kaizen into your Lean initiatives
Tips to create a culture that encourages ideas and participation
How to improve communication between employees with Kaizen
Steps to stop errors immediately in your products & services
Question and Answer Session - Hear expert answers to real-world Kaizen questions!
About The Speaker
Anthony Manos is a Catalyst with Profero, Inc., where he provides professional consulting services to organizations focusing on implementing Lean Enterprise. His experience includes:
Tony is the co-author of the book "Lean Kaizen: A Simplified Approach to Process Improvement" and author of many articles on Lean and its allied subjects.
Mr. Manos is trained and certified by the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) U.S. Department of Commerce in all elements of Lean manufacturing.
He is an internationally recognized speaker and expert on Lean including Kaizen. As a member of American Society for Quality's (ASQ) faculty, he teaches a two-day course in Lean Enterprise and a one-day course on Kaizen.
Over the past five years, he has helped over 100 companies in several aspects of Lean implementation including: Team building, standardized work, 5S workplace organization & visual workplace, quick changeover, plant layout, cellular, kanban, total productive maintenance and kaizen events.
In this informative 60-minute program you will gain tools that get employees involved, encourages employee input, and builds support for changes that are essential to continuous improvements.