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Kaizen 5S RahmenwerkKaizenWas ist Kaizen? Definition

Die Kaizen Methode der ununterbrochenen zusätzlichen Verbesserungen ist ursprünglich ein japanisches Managementkonzept zur stufenweisen, ununterbrochenen (zusätzlichen) Änderung (Verbesserung).


Kaizen ist tatsächlich eine Philosophie der Lebensart. Sie nimmt an, dass jeder Aspekt unseres Lebens verdient, ständig verbessert zu werden. Die Kaizen-Philosophie ist die Grundlage vieler japanischen Managementkonzepte, wie: Gesamtqualitätskontrolle, Qualitätskontroll-Zirkel, kleine Gruppenaktivitäten, Arbeitgeber-Arbeitnehmer-Beziehungen.


Schlüsselelemente von Kaizen sind: Qualität, Bemühung, Miteinbeziehung aller Angestellten, Bereitwilligkeit zur Änderung und Kommunikation.


Japanische Firmen unterscheiden zwischen: Innovation, eine radikale Form der Änderung und Kaizen, eine kontinuierliche Form der Änderung. Kaizen bedeutet buchstäblich: ändern Sie (Kai) um gut zu werden (Zen).


Die fünf fundamentalen Elemente von Kaizen

  1. Teamwork.
  2. Persönliche Disziplin.
  3. Verbesserte Arbeitsmoral.
  4. Qualitätszirkel.
  5. Verbesserungsvorschläge.

Aus diesem Fundament heraus entstehen drei Schlüsselfaktoren in Kaizen

  • Beseitigung des Ausschusses (Muda) und der Unwirtschaftlichkeit.
  • Das Kaizen fünf-S-Rahmenwerk für gute Haushaltsführung.
  •       1. Seiri - Sauberkeit
  •       2. Seiton - Ordnung
  •       3. Seiso - Reinlichkeit
  •       4. Seiketsu - standardisierte Reinigung
  •       5. Shitsuke - Disziplin
  • Normierung.

Wann sollte die Kaizen-Philosophie angewendet werden? Obgleich es schwierig ist generischen Rat zu geben, ist es klar, dass es gut in die stufenweisen, zusätzlichen Änderungsituationen paßt, die langfristige Änderung erforden und in Kollektivkulturen. Individuellere Kulturen, die mehr auf kurzfristigen Erfolg gerichtet sind, sind häufig zuträglicher für Konzepte wie Business Process Reengineering-Ansatz.


Kaizen verglichen mit Business Process Reengineering

Wenn Kaizen mit der BPR-Methode verglichen wird, ist es klar, dass die Kaizen-Philosophie menschenorientierter und einfacher einzuführen ist, aber langfristige Disziplin erfordert und nur eine langsame Geschwindigkeit der Änderung liefert. Der Business Process Reengineering-Ansatz ist einerseits härter, technologieorientiert und ermöglicht radikale Änderung, aber er erfordert beträchtliche Änderungsmanagementfähigkeiten.


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Kaizen-Philosophie | Kaizen-Konzept-Forum
  Kaizen Prerequisites
I believe self-discipline is a mandatory prerequisite before one can hope to achieve success with Kaizen, just as it is in martial arts. The focus and 'stillness' of thought required in martial arts helps with the implementation of Kaizen. Wha...
     
 
  Kaizen is Based on Kata
Kaizen is more than we can think in Japanese culture. Everything is based on 'Kata*' in their culture, so no one is supposed to do things outside of the context of the Kata.
Through Kata we reach Kaizen, which is the state of mind to ...
     
 
  Formal Kaizen Programs
Kaizen should be practised within a formal program with reward or recognition for successful efforts lest it may do in disarray. It was proven as a very successful way of doing our daily jobs as had been done in my 12-year experience in a Japanese MN...
     
 
  Start the Change Within Yourself
The most important thing before starting Kaizen is, start the change within yourself. You cannot educate others about Kaizen if you yourself are not well educated enough about it....
     
 
  Kaizen and Quality and Toyota
Small incremental changes in quality can be accomplished through solid statistical analysis. Through the use of p-charts and other variable control charts a narrowing of the upper and lower limits incrementally can bring about long term kaikaku, I be...
     
 
  Gauging Customer Satisfaction
Customer satisfaction has a direct effect on profit and profitability. To what extent can profit measures be used to gauge customer satisfaction? To what extent can the flow through the channels be used to gauge customer satisfaction e.g. levels of s...
     
 
  Organizational Change Must Be Slow and Incremental
Change in organizations should be slow and incremental in order to be really effective. This is applicable regardless of the approach used....
     
 
  Linking Kaizen to Goals of the Organization
Linking Kaizen to goals is a sure way to ensure improvement within each process of the organization. These projects are reviewed internally and any boondoggle projects are canceled. The out of the box thought of identifying the area of improvement an...
     
 
  Kaizen is a Philosophy | Kaizen Background
I am led to believe Kaizen is more of a philosophy than it is a management 'tool' - the description above may wish to include the definition of Kaizen as it is understood with a Taoist appreciation of mutual benefit "on-going goodness / benefit, n...
     
 
  The Kaizen Philosophy
Kaizen is really a way of life philosophy. It is change for betterment. We have to inculcate this concept in every student in different streams to make them understand the inevitable of change. Even we shall follow this in our home and ...
     
 
  Building Blocks of Kaizen, Continual Improvement
It's interesting to see the clarification we received from Anthony from India about continually improving quality, cost and delivery.
The key word is continually (for the broad scope of the whole organization for example), since the littl...
     
 
  Kaizen is More than the Housekeeping techniques (5S) !
Kaizen 5S is not just housekeeping techniques...
We should always link it with performance and productivity enhancement....
     
 
  One of the Best Management Practice that anyboy could have.
Kaizen is one of the excellent management practice which especialy could use by Anybody in the world as it showcases the right, easy and most cost effective way to improve the business proccesses, people, procedures etc....
     
 
  Kaizen in my Company
We use Kaizen to improve continuously. We also hang the tools on a board, but someone is working with it and they have to report to me. As a lean manager I follow up on them and facilitate them. We work with a quick Kaizen sheet as we call it for the...
     
 
  Kaizen in Human Resources
I agree that Kaizen is the right way to increase organizational efficiency... Recently, an article came in my hands about Kaizen applied to human resources of organizations.... Reading that article the term "people positioning into the organization" ...
     
 
  Kaizen basis for Lean Six Sigma
I think the Kaizen is the same as Lean Six Sigma, if we want to get more sucessful in the manufacturing field, we need start from the Kaizen....
     
 
  Loss Function Analysis
Loss function analysis can be used for controling loss incurred during production, the smaller the tolerance the less is the loss in production....
     
 
  Kaizen vs Business Process Reengineering
In ideas companies like film production, television etc, business process re-engineering has been found very applicable because it involves the fundamental realignment of resources and rethinking the organizational processes to enable it move in tand...
     
 
  Kaizen and Organisational Culture
Kaizen is indisputably one of the best methods of increasing efficiency and of introducing organizational change in an organization. However it requires organizational cultural change before it is implemented for people to be disciplined and to embr...
     
 

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  Kaizen is a Way of Life
I believe that Kaizen has not been well understood by most of the occidental companies; Kaizen is not a specific program, Kaizen is not a special project, Kaizen is not a quality circle activity... Kaizen is a way of life, a super4 source of motivati...
     
 
  Quotes on Kaizen. Quotations
Do you know some deep, famous or funny quotes on Kaizen? Quotations? Proverbs? Please share them as a reaction to this posting and mention the author. To get started, here's my favorite: 'Constant dripping hollows out a stone.' - Lucretius 98-55 BC, ...
     
 

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Comparison Kaizen vs. Innovation

In 1992, A. Meckel made this useful comparison of Kaizen (K) versus Innovation (I):
1. EFFECT - K: long term and continuous, but not dramatic; I:...
Usage (application): Appreciate the Differences...
 
 
 

Tools to Attack Waste

What tools you can use for every waste you can find at your company?
Before you try to implement these lean tools you have to train your associat...
Usage (application): Waste Management, Waste Tools Overview
 
 
 

Building blocks of Kaizen: QCD

Imai mentions three main building blocks of Kaizen, known as QCD:
1. A continually improving Quality assurance system;
2. A co...
Usage (application): Kaizen
 
 
 

Leadership Strategies for Change

In response to the high rate of change failure, Ken Blanchard and his team have developed the Blanchard Leading Through Change program, in whic...
Usage (application): Initiate, implement, develop and sustain change
 
 
 

Benefits of Kaizen

There are several benefits of using Kaizen or Kaizen events. These benefits can be categorized as either quantitative or qualitative. Unfortuna...
Usage (application): Continuous Improvement
 
 
 

The 8 Wastes of Lean Explained

T - Transport - Moving people, products & information
I - Inventory - Storing parts, pieces, documentation ahead of requirements
M - Motion ...
Usage (application): Waste Management
 
 
 

Alternate Process Improvement Model

The IDEAL Model.
Originally, the IDEAL model was a life-cycle model for software process improvement based upon the Capability Maturity Mo...
Usage (application): Process Improvement, Continuous Improvement, Kaizen, CMM
 
 
 

Why Kaizen is Needed for Wastefree and Flexible Manufacturing

According to Masaaki Imai, founder and chairman of the KAIZEN Institute:
"Why can humans walk upright and apes cannot, although the skeletons are...
Usage (application): Anecdote
 
 
 

Types of Change. Classification

Organizational change varies along at least to dimensions (expected-unexpected and incremental-radical) and can be managed by classifying it in one of...
Usage (application): Change Management, Organizational Change, Expected/Unexpected Change, Incremental/Radical Change
 
 
 

Kaizen The Keys to Continuous Improvement

This learning package provides you with everything you need to facilitate a learning group in your company.
The basic approach to this type of l...
Usage (application): Facilitating a Kaizen Workshop
 
 
 

How to Focus your Improvement Efforts?

Very often organizations consider continuous improvement as committing on improvement efforts, and thus creating projects to implement them, in all ar...
Usage (application): Achieve More With Less, Kaizen, BPR, JIT, Lean, Value Chain
 
 
 

Kaizen Best Practices

When starting a Kaizen program, remember to:
A. Establish the QCD processes
B. Ensure top management commitment
C. Plan the program (yo...
Usage (application): Preparing a Kaizen program
 
 
 

Kaizen: An Essential Tool

According to Imai, founder and chairman of the KAIZEN Institute (1986), Kaizen means “continuous improvement”. Not just a philosophy of the workplace,...
Usage (application): Kaizen = Continuous Improvement in Every Facet of Life
 
 

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