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  1. Lucid language, crisp & clear visuals, bold text for easy read and quick understanding.
  2. Can be used in office, shop, school, hospital, etc.
  3. This poster makes workforce think about improvements.


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Kaizen is one of the most important Lean Tools that improves the involvement of people, makes them think for the betterment and execute changes that created benefits for the organization.

Here is a Poster that can be displayed in each department or section on the shop floor as well as in the offices. It is uniquely designed to grab attention and get the message across clearly. With a simple picture highlighting the significance of Kaizen, this poster also attacks the most common reason stated for not doing the improvements – lack of time.

Kaizen culture forms an integral element of a Lean Organization and this poster helps to keep people motivated all the time.

The poster also highlights the fact that EVERYBODY can do a Kaizen.
While clearly stating the fundamentals for Kaizen i.e.
1. Start with the small improvements
2. Make Kaizen a part of daily routine
3. Highlight problems, don't hide them
4. Turn problems into ideas
5. Believe, there is a better way

With such a clear message, this poster is a must-have for a lean organization. Get your license now.
All the best for your Lean journey.

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Source: Best Practices in Kaizen PDF: Lean Kaizen Poster PDF (PDF) Document, Aniket Bagde

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Author: Aniket Bagde
Additional documents from author: 3

Aniket is a seasoned Consultant in the field of World Class Manufacturing & Operations Excellence.

He brings in the valuable experience of working in MNC's and also has worked with 100+ manufacturing industries on various assignments of Lean Manufacturing, Business Process Excellence & Lean Plant Layouts.

He is a Chartered Engineer (Mechanical) and holds an MBA in Operations Management. [read more]

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