01. Jan. 1970


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Integrating Virus Controls into your 5S process. Viruses of any sort are just like the clutter that gets in the way of your processes and your employees' well-being that need to be eliminated and controlled in order to allow for a healthy workforce and effective and efficient people and processes. Since the crisis we are experiencing is all so new to us, this webinar is meant to be very interactive and allow for people to provide their ideas and ways of integrating virus controls into 5S processes so that all participants may learn from each other and allow us to return to the new normal as soon as possible. The Kaizen Institute will be your guide and facilitator. Get your pen or keyboard ready to take lots of notes!

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The goal of the seminar is to get acquainted with the TPM® system (8 columns), the TPM® major losses and the methods of autonomous maintenance. Participants can; contribute to the implementation of TPM®; prevent production disruptions, by applying KAIZEN™ methods and additionally know that comprehensive data collection (visual management) is necessary to combat disruptions.

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Develop Professional Level Skills in Lean and KAIZEN™ Methodology and Technique. KAIZEN™ Green Belt Certification is a 4-day program that will focus on Intermediate Lean processes, covering a variety of Lean methodology that will empower you to recognize opportunities for Continuous Improvement of quality, cost efficiency and delivery/flow efficiency.

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A 4 day program focusing on the key leadership attributes of Decision Making, Courage, Clarity, Drive, Generosity and Planfulness. The course curriculum also includes a study on the differences in generations existing in the workplace. We apply basic Lean principles in concert with solid communication and personality tools to allow leaders to embrace the "Go See, Ask Why, Show Respect" portion of the Gemba Walk. This is the foundation of achieving a workplace with the "engaged employee" at its center.

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