Pure
Improvement

Big results come from many small changes accumulated over time

"The implementation of shopfloor management, was another important step within our EFQM process and made us the benchmark leader in the meat processing industry."

Ralph Dausch - CEO Kaufland Fleischwaren, Germany

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Registrations Open in June 2019

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Welcome to Kaizen Institute India

Today KAIZEN™ is positioned as an important pillar of a long-term competitive strategy by many successful corporations.

KAIZEN™ Guiding Principles

  • Good processes bring good results
  • Go see for yourself to grasp the current situation
  • Speak with data, manage by facts
  • Take action to correct root causes of problems
  • Work as a team
  • KAIZEN™ is everybody's business
  • And much more!
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KAI = CHANGE

ZEN = FOR THE BETTER

KAIZEN™ MEANS CHANGE FOR THE BETTER

Upcoming Training Courses

Surveys indicate that 60~80% of the cost of meeting customer requirements are attributed to poor, inefficient administrative functions in the non-manufacturing areas. We are aware that Lean Manufacturing practices and tools facilitate free flow and as a result, non-value adding activities are minimized. While much focus is paid on manufacturing processes to minimize wastes, It is quite common that organizations ignore the wastes that happen in non-manufacturing processes. Identifying the non-value adding activities in an administrative process is difficult unlike those in the manufacturing process as they are not too obvious. It is quite essential to have a high performing, waste-free offices just as we need waste-free manufacturing processes. The tools are same how ever, right practices fetch the right benefits.

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Inventories consume cash and show up as ‘Interest on working capital’ to damage the balance sheets of most manufacturing organizations! In addition, inventories cost more money to store, move, track & insure! The paradox is that high inventories co-exist with two universal problems – overstocking & stock-outs!

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Who works with Kaizen Institute India

Here is a glimpse of top companies we have had the privilege to work with and implement KAIZEN™

G. Sitaraman

"We have engaged Kaizen Institute as our partner for installing the concepts of Lean to promote the culture of continuous improvements across the organization in all our factories. Also, we are working with Kaizen Institute in the area of Lean Distribution to deliver products at the right time, right quantity and enhance the level of service to our customers at an optimal cost. We have seen good results with our implementation with the help of Kaizen Institute India."


G. Sitaraman - Chief Production Officer at Paragon Footwear

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