Management Strategies to Improve Performance and Avoid Risky Decisions

Start Date: 28 Jul 2019
End Date: 1 Aug 2019
Duration: 5
Country: Dubai / UAE

After studying these titles, students should be able to:

• Identify priority areas for improvement using Kaizen

• Identify waste in processes or the time or resources to work

• Identify ways to analyze problems

• Dealing with the gradual approach and simple operations in the Kaizen continuous Improvement

• Identify the management skills needed to implement processes for continuous improvement, Kaizen

• Identify the skills and procedures urged the staff to embrace and deal with Kaizen

Daily Outlines:

Day 1

• Japanese methodology of continuous improvement - Kaizen (KAIZEN)

• the concept of continuous improvement methodology

• Comparison of Kaizen and other continuous improvement processes


• the umbrella of the Kaizen methodology and roles of various

• Benefits of Kaizen methodology

• the basic components of the methodology

• types of loss according to the methodology (Muda, Mura, MURI)

• seven-waste in the methodology of Kaizen (7 WASTES)

Day 2

• improvement tools in the methodology of Kaizen - Control Charts, Pareto Diagram Fishbone Diagram, Check Sheets

• Change management as a critical success in the application

• requirements for successful institutional change

• skills to overcome resistance to change

Day 3

• Introduction to management skills and team building

• improvement of the main steps in the methodology (PDCA, JURAN TRIOLOGY, PSM)

• Comprehensive method for the application of Kaizen methodology

• How do we apply the methodology of Kaizen

• concept of operations targeted for improvement

• types of operations targeted for improvement

• identify priorities for improvement

• improvement teams and roles

• implement improvements

Day 4

• concepts of organizing the work environment

• pillars of the organization of the work environment of the five (5 s)

• Methods of analysis of problems in the Kaizen

1. Style analysis of the bones of fish (Ishikawa)

2. Method of five questions (5 WHYs)

3. Method of treatment based on the optimization

4. Kaizen strategy applied in the work environment

5. Kaizen in the work environment (GembaKAIZEN)

6. Method of work in time (JIT)

7. Method (stop) to solve the problems (Jidoka)

Day 5

• Kaizen steps (PDCA)

• Form proposals staff in Kaizen management style of the work site (MBWA)

• workshops, training and applications to the program of the Japanese Kaizen

• practical applications of industrial processes using Kaizen

• practical applications on the desktop and administrative operations using Kaizen

• applications on the personal development process using Kaizen

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