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29 May, 2016 at Bahadurgarh

7 QC Tools and SPC Training

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Corporate Training and Management Education

Shakehand with Life

KAIZEN is a Japanese word KAI and ZEN. KAI means change and ZEN means better. Therefore KAIZEN means change for better. It implies continuous improvement.
KAIZEN is a Japanese word for the philosophy that defines management’s role in continuously encouraging and implementing small improvements involving everyone. 
“If you are content with the best you have done, you will never do the best you can do.” ……..Anonymous


  • Continuous improvement at workplace.
  • Motivate people for small improvement on routine basis.
  • Manage change resistance.
  • Waste management and resource utilization.

Course Highlights

  • Meaning of KAIZEN
  • Foundations of KAIZEN
  • Fundamentals of Improvement
  • Avenues for KAIZEN
  • Focus of KAIZEN
  • KAIZEN practices
  • Tools for KAIZEN
  • Strategy for KAIZEN implementation
  • Factors of employee involvement in KAIZEN
  • Success mantra of KAIZEN 

Course Duration

  • One day; 9am to 5pm

Program Highlights

  • Interactive learning
  • Course notes, hand-outs with practice data and excel templates
  • Using excel for data collection and analysis for KAIZEN  
  • Networking lunch and Tea breaks
  • Simulative project
  • Learning evaluation

Who should attend this course?

  • Junior, Middle, Senior level working executives, Team leaders, Process Trainers from Quality, HR, Production, Engineering, Maintenance, Sales, and Accounts dept. in manufacturing and service industries.
  • Academicians, Researchers, and Students from management and engineering colleges.
  • Students of graduation and Post-graduation with mathematics and statistics as main subject for career boost.


  • Course fee; Rs.3000/- per participant.
  • Group discount is 15% for 5 or more participants i.e. Rs.2550/- per participant in group
  • Fees can be deposited by Cash/Cheque/DD/NEFT
  • Fees included lunch, tea breaks, and course notes 
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