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  • 15000

    Hoshin Kanri can be visualized as a game of Tug Of War which pits two teams on either sides of a long rope, wherein the two teams try to pull in opposite directions. The team that pulls the rope further away from the center line marked on the rope wins the war.

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  • 25000

    The success of an organization largely depends on the ability of the processes to achieve greater productivity and efficiency, avoiding bottlenecks. Way back in the 1940s, it was Industrial engineer Taiichi Ohno who developed this simple planning technique called “Kanban”, to manage the work optimally at the various stages of production.

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  • 75000

    For any organization to achieve its goals efficiently and effectively, keeping in mind the broad objectives and policies, and to keep this process on-going, it needs the technique called Continuous Improvement.

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  • 15000

    Kata can be understood as a systematic way of learning a particular activity through practice, until a person perfects the activity and eventually the activity becomes a habit, for example learning to drive a car or play a sport. The new skill thus acquired through consistent practice will not need the same attention it needed while learning it, rather it becomes embedded in the memory and the attention required is very minimal.

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  • 15000

    Kaizen, meaning “Continuous Improvement”, is a proven approach to reduce unnecessary waste and to increase operational efficiency of an organization.

    Lean Kaizen has been a very effective tool in improving the cycle time, reducing the customer response time and in bringing down the magnitude of waste in any organization by saving on costs and valuable resources.

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  • 15000

    Aims to build the knowledge of the participants related to the 6S concept, methodology and execution strategy.

     

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