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Kaizen Event Training

A 5-Day, Non-disruptive, "On-the-Job,"
Kaizen Event Training
(80% of training is done in the workplace)

"Manufacturing Companies deploying lean and process improvement initiatives must seek, educate and train their workforce as a prerequisite for success.."

                                                                                    Richard Artes



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In Pursuit of Customer Satisfaction and Profits

A study of successful companies will invariably show that they have developed a culture of gradual, continuous improvement. This culture provides the basis for change initiative implementation success that helps companies reach their full growth and profit potentials.

The Japanese call it kaizen - a management culture of gradual, continuous improvement. We describe it as "a tenacious focus on quick-hitting, process improvements." 

Kaizen provides a foundation for exceeding
goals and expectations and improving
your company's competitive edge?

When is come to overcoming objections, eliminating roadblocks, and pro-active problem solving, kaizen event training is a primary requisite. How else does an organization solve these common problems:

1. Increase team contribution to the company's "bottom line
4. Increase speed, improve quality and reduce costs
3
. Gain control of inventories and optimize their turnover  
5. Improve customer responsiveness and satisfaction
6. Bullet-proof continuous improvements
7. Creating a fun working environment
8. Reduce work place stress

Kaizen Event Training
A 5-Day, On-the-Job, Non-disruptive Event
80 percent of program is done at the workplace.

"Empowered workforce team members must master key skills before participating in company kaizen events. These skills are acquired through structured training with significant coaching. The best path to learn these prerequisite skills is to learn and then practice them with experienced coaches."
                                                                               e="2"> Richard Artes

Purpose:    For participants to be trained and coached by a "been-
                  there, done-that" kaizen guru.

Objective:  Provide an opportunity for key personnel to participate
                  implementing and optimizing their continuous improve-
                  ment program.

Benefits:     A transfer of practical knowledge and implementations
                  skills to help your organizations
Increase speed, improve
                  quality and reduce non-value-added costs.

Deliverable:  A copy of Bill Gaw's, Tutorial, "The 8-Basics of Kaizen
                     Based Lean Manufacturing." (A $497.00 value)
                     For details: Click here


Our Typical Non-disruptive,
On-the-Job, Kaizen Event Training

Train - Plan - Execute - Results 

     Day 1: Project Selection
              
 * Team Introductions
                * Shop Floor Visit
               
* Program Review and Discussion
                * Project Selections

     Day 2: Project Planning
                * Brainstorming
               
* Project Selection
                * Metrics identified
                * Current Value Stream Map

     Day 3: Project Planning and Implementation
                * Gap Aanalysis
                *
Future Value Stream Map
            
   * Metrics Instituted
                * Improvements Implemented
                *
Observations

     Day 4: Project Review
               
* Project Fine Tuning
                
* Team Coaching

     Day 5: Project Assessment
                * Team Coaching
               
* Team Presentation
               
* Project Forum

Program is designed and structured to meet your needs.
 

Establishing a kaizen event training program is the only
way to remain competitive in the global market.

Your 5-Day, At-Your-Site,  Lean Manufacturing Event
80 percent of program is done in the workplace.

Format

Live at your facility

Duration

5-Day

Cost

$9500.00

Participants

Managers, Engineers, Key Production People, Key Materials People

Language

English, Spanish

Kaizen Event "On-the-Job" Training Program

 A Kaizen Event Project: Project selection, problem solving, goal setting and results assessment... all aimed at the transfer of the kaizen know-ledge and implementation skills.

Kaizen Event "On-the-Job" Training
by Enrique Mora

Compared to many other kaizen coaches, Enrique avoids a general, philosophical approach. Rather he aims to be intensely practical, providing proven, actionable, "how-to" information to individuals and organizations that need to optimize their continuous improvement results in order to reach their full growth and earning potentials.

Kaizen knowledge and implementation skills

The majority of Enrique's program is carried out in the factory. Most
of his kaizen event knowledge and implementation "know-how" transfer is
done at employees' work place. Class room training is limited to gaining a project commitment, team dynamics and workshop exercises.

 It's the "how to" that really counts! One of our customers saying it better than we can:

"Enrique's training is focused on the "how to." Unlike other pro-grams that tell you only what you need to do... Enrique's training presents what you need to do and then he shows you how to do it."                                       
                                                    T.J. Imholte, VP Operations,
                                              Advanced Storage Products, Inc.

What Does All This Cost?

Much less than you would imagine. In fact, we make your "Kaizen Event Training Program" affordable so that it can fit easily within your company's training budget. We want you and your company to learn how to get lean and/or leaner and the best way to do that is to make it affordable. 


What is the Cost?

Our typical Kaizen Event Training and Coaching Program budget would be for 40 onsite hours, with price held to a fixed fee of $9,500.00 (plus minimum traveling expense.) 
 

Do you want to:

1.  Become a better team member/leader/manager/executive?
2.  Focus your energy on the significant issues?
3.  Transform your work environment from drudgery to fun?
4.  Minimize your day-to-day stress level?
5.  Exceed your goals and expectations?
6.  Gain recognition, promotions, and salary increases?

Does your organization want to:

1.  Increase speed,  and eliminate non-value-added costs?
2.  Eliminate the high cost of overtime, scrap, and rework?
3.  Improve customer on-time delivery of high quality products?
4.  Gain control of inventories and optimize their turnover?
5.  Increase team contribution to the company's "bottom line?"

Does your company want to:

1.  Optimize strategic planning and execution results?
2.  Earn/maintain "Supplier of Choice" awards?
3.  Reach its full growth and earning potentials?

Our Guarantee Says It All

We are so sure that your Kaizen Event Training Program will satisfy your expectations, its performed entirely at our risk. If you're not pleased with the results of your investment, we will refund your fee. 

Kaizen Event Training Program: A Get Acquainted Meeting

Congratulations, if you have read this far, you are an excellent candidate for a Kaizen Event Training Program. A pre-event meeting is necessary to assure that there is mutual understanding and agreement about:

1. The structure and objective of your 5-day program

2. The level of involvement and commitment required

3. Team members' roles, expectations and selection

4. Performance recognition and acknowledgement.

Our preference is to meet with the CEO and Operations executives at the factory site where the proposed Kaizen Event Training Program would take place. A morning "get acquainted" meeting and plant tour is usually sufficient to cover the above subjects and establish mutual understanding of the event's objectives and expectations. If agreement is reached and the event is approved, a time schedule is established.

If the factory site is in Southern California or the Mid-West, there is no charge for the meeting. If it is outside of both, we ask that potential clients budget for travel expenses. 


Don't miss out, our availability is limited...
take your action today!

To schedule your free get acquainted meeting, contact Bill Gaw at: 760-212-6048 or email him at: bg@bbasicsllc.com
 

 


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