‘JAPANESE LEAN MANUFACTURING PRACTICE’ Category

Japanese Lean Manufacturing System

May 6th, 2010 • Lean Manufacturing System

Introduction
Lean Practice is a holistic approach to enable businesses improve their profitability and competitiveness through the identification and elimination of wasteful practices and behaviour.
It is an improvement methodology, appropriate for any type of organization, irrespective of whether it operates in the manufacturing or service sectors.  Lean Practice focuses the organization to value adding activities while [...]



5S – Japanese Housekeeping Systems

May 6th, 2010 • 5S - Effective Housekeeping

Objectives
This 5S, super housekeeping program will illustrate the basic and essential guidelines for business owners and leaders to enhance their business performance from the 5 major spirit pillars; SEIRI, SEITON, SEISO, SEIKETSU and SHITSUKE.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

Identify waste and variation in business processes
Put things in the right places [...]



Business Etiquette

May 1st, 2010 • Business Etiquette, JAPANESE LEAN MANUFACTURING PRACTICE

Objectives
Manners and etiquette are the essence and fragrance of social behavior. Japan is an example of a country where the code of social conduct is so formal, detailed and important. In this course, we learn essential business manners and etiquette based on Japanese customs like Role of Harmony, The use of names, titles, introductions, exchange [...]