1.21.2008

Lean Kaizen Teian TWI Survey

A question was posed on a popular lean forum this past week: "why do we have trouble sustaining lean in the U.S.?" Without question, the answers are numerous and all over the board. My basic belief is that any inititative that we want to stick requires a change in habits. But we cannot expect people to change if we don't change our own habits first.

The Kaizen Teian system is probably the most long standing successful program to do that in the factory environment. This blog deals with this topic to a large degree since I feel that everyone should be involved with the change. TWI is the only program I know of that in the past 100 years can be compared to the Kaizen Teian system, and is arguably the precursor the japanese kaizen teian system itself. See my content site with public domain materials and my commentary and judge for yourself.

At any rate, I'm curious what do you think of the modern suggestion system, Kaizen Teian, and how it would work in the United States? See the poll on the front page of the TWI blog and be heard!

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3 Comments:

At November 17, 2015 at 6:43 AM , Blogger John Robert said...

Yes dear you are very true in explaining this but the actuall thing with which we are not aware is the exact idea that how to sustain, and working on lean, well now there are a lot of organization which gives us the Kaizen Training, that really impacts in really a possitive manner.

 
At August 22, 2016 at 1:57 AM , Blogger Naviya Nair said...

I have read your blog its very attractive and impressive. I like it your blog.
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At December 23, 2016 at 6:37 AM , Blogger Ifqindia said...

I have to do kaizen training program. Do you think it really helpful for improvement.

 

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