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How to Deal With “That Guy” in Your Kaizen Event

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The books all refer to him as the 'concrete head', and I've heard him referred to as the 'block head', the 'knuckle head', or the guy no one wants to listen to. I say him because in all the kaizen events I have facilitated, this person was always a male; […] Read More

Kaizen Books for your Kaizen Team

Been so busy working on the site dynamics that I haven't posted much lately. Since I'm still working on how the site runs and feels, here is a list of some good Kaizen and Lean books:   […] Read More

Kaizen Event and Kaizen Blitz

Ever been a part of a Kaizen event, or what is commonly referred to as the Kaizen Blitz? No? Well then you’re missing out on one of the most effective, engaging, and self-fulfilling continuous improvement events you’ll ever attend. The Kaizen event brings together a group of people from different departments and rapidly improves how […] Read More

The 4-Hour Kaizen?

Here is a great video showing the benefits of a small Kaizen event by FastCap. It proves that Kaizen events can take place over any time period needed. Just a little knowledge and a team approach to continuous improvement can result in savings in any application.   […] Read More

What Is Kaizen?

What is Kaizen? The word Kaizen is an American term derived from the meaning of two Japanese words; Kai, meaning “change”, and Zen, meaning “Good”. Combined, the word Kaizen generally means “Change for the better”. Kaizen is used most often to describe a process of quick change or improvement in an organization through utilization of […] Read More

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