Optimisation workshops (kaizen workshops)

When You need it?

When You need it?

Regardless of whether you have a ready plan to be improved or need ad hoc actions, a kaizen workshop is a tool which will squeeze all there is out of a change. It’s extremely matter of fact format enforces accurate preparation, rhythmic performance (always under the assumption of implementing the initial changes already during or just after the workshop) and a scheduled follow-up.

 

When do we apply it?

When do we apply it?

We use kaizen workshops whenever we need to quickly work out a significant and easily implementable result. The range of kaizen workshop applications is very broad. Using this form of ream work: we design processes, identify IT system requirements, look for problems to all sorts of problems and even design innovation.

How does it work?

How does it work?

We always start preparing for a workshop by an inquisitive determination of gaols and business rationale. Due to its intensity, a workshop can be engaging both for the participants as well as the company. That is why it simply has to pay off. We accurately define the objectives, limitations, roles, necessary resources and many other elements. Collected onto a Workshop Sheet, they have to be approved by the sponsor. The workshop itself, often held over a few days, is the culmination of intense work of the team. In submerging into the workshop theme and minimising external “disturbances”, we work out ideas, solutions and change implementation plans. Sometimes the participants refer to this moment as “diving into the problem” – this is when we have the time and space to notice nuances which are invisible on a daily basis. Testing solutions and taking onto account the resultant information is an integral part of a workshop. Similar to a precise plan for implementing changes in practice.

Benefits

Benefits

  • Effects impossible to achieve in a project formula without devoting significantly more time.
  • High implementability of solutions stemming from the direct engagement of persons affected by the workshop subject and testing ideas already during the workshop.
  • A condensed formula and specific work structure, moderated by experienced consultants, facilitating very efficient team work.

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