Lake Oswego, OR (PRWEB) October 19, 2012
Continuous improvement will assure a business total success when adapting to the philosophy of creating a lean facility. Kaizen is associated with lean manufacturing and was developed in Japan after the Second World War. What Kaizen refers to is fix, correct, improve or change. Every employee of the work force from the lowest paid employee to upper management must be involved in designing, implementing and practicing the lean concept to make a business successful. Leanmanufacturingsupplies.com has made is easier to train both facilitator and participants the concepts of lean manufacturing by offering numerous video and presentation packages for in house workshops.
The Lean Manufacturing Workshop Solution Package is one of the tools offered through leanmanufacturingsupplies.com that includes everything a business would need to help the facilitator prepare and present an in house workshop to train employees about lean manufacturing. It is a comprehensive package that is one of the most critical tools to generate rapid sustainable Lean improvement. Some of the benefits a business can expect to attain after implementing a Lean environment are radical reductions in process cycle times, increased throughput, elimination of waste and bottlenecks, and improved morale and safety among the employees.
Creating a Lean facility does not necessarily focus on just manufacturing industries but is advantageous for office, schools, hospitals, department stores and many other environments. When a business needs to gain more output from employee’s work ethics to product production along with improvement in cost savings and reduction in waste, implementing a lean facility is the best method to achieve success. One business owner commented, “Over time we were noticing a decline of output from our office employees but once we implemented the concept of lean into our large office environment, we saw a great improvement in cost savings and output of work.”
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