The aim is to improve production processes, reduce costs, abandon unnecessary measures and processes, increase product quality and safety, and shorten the time of order execution. It constantly improves the whole production management system: both production planning and production management.
The aim is to optimise administrative processes, thus reducing costs and shortening the time of order execution. Optimised business process management eliminates unnecessary processes and helps to save resources, improve the quality of services and increase employee productivity.
Kaizen sessions can last for one or several days. Their aim is to quickly solve the relevant problems in the organisation. The main advantage of these sessions is a quick, tangible result and specific benefits to the company when addressing existing problems.
Untapped creativity of employees is one of the main wastes within any organisation.
Panasonic, an international Japanese manufacturer of electrical appliances, has implemented the Kaizen system, i.e. it engaged its employees in company processes and their improvement, saving as much as $175 million.
The experience of Lithuanian organisations shows that the implementation of this system increases the number of useful ideas from several dozens to more than a thousand per year.