Linking Kaizen to Goals of the Organization

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Linking Kaizen to Goals of the Organization
Trilby Almeida, Manager, India, Member
Linking Kaizen to the goals of the firm is a sure way to ensure improvement of each process of the organization. These projects are reviewed internally and any boondoggle (unnecessary, wasteful) activities are canceled. Such out of the box approach of identifying the area of improvement and many at times automating a process and in doing so saving on FTE 's which directly impacts cost is truly a brilliant methodology to follow. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Continuous Improvement (Kaizen)
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Kaizen Prerequisites
Kaizen is Based on Kata
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Best Practices
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Linking Kaizen to Goals of the Organization
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Kaizen Action Must be Followed by Standardization


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