The starting point for improvement is to recognize ‘the need’. Kaizen principles emphasize problem-awareness and provide clues to identifying problems. Once identified, problems must be solved. Therefore, Kaizen is also a problem-solving process. But, most of all, Kaizen is a management philosophy that forces higher standards at all levels of the organization by encouraging continuous improvement in all processes- Kaizen is dual in nature.
Modular Kaizen Vs Kaizen Blitz whitepaper details limitations and benefits of Modular and Blitz Kaizen; when and how to choose a Kaizen methodology which will improve your business process efficiency and quickly give maximum return on investment (ROI) [read more]
Modular Kaizen Vs Blitz Kaizen: How to choose between these two process improvement methodologies for accelerated productivity, profitability and organizational excellence.