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The principle of continuous improvement
Continuous improvement is an operational approach that aims to progressively reduce the dysfunctions of a company’s processes, customer dissatisfaction and risks, as well as to improve its performance through operational excellence approaches and philosophies. Continuous improvement is a gradual process, focused on value creation and waste reduction, and logically requires neither significant investment nor organizational upheaval that could disrupt teams. On the other hand, its effects are only felt over the medium and long term.
Continuous improvement is therefore opposed to the principle of process reengineering or radical innovation, which implies the existence of a brutal change, sometimes in total rupture with the processes, practices and technologies used until then within the company.
Kaizen method: the origin of continuous improvement
Inscribed in the DNA of Japanese companies, the principle of kaizen, literally “better change” or “change for the better”, was introduced by Dr. William Edwards Deming in Japan in 1951 and later popularized by Toyota. Its basic principle is itself inherited from the “Training Within Industry” or TWI approach, imported by the Americans after the Second World War.
The kaizen approach, which is based on the idea that there is always something that can be improved within the company, is what has allowed many organizations to maintain their competitiveness over the years, despite economic and social upheavals that are sometimes very significant.
The kaizen method is based on strong principles, such as :
- Continuous improvement: it is a matter of moving forward step by step by making small efforts on a daily basis, in a discontinuous manner
- Customer satisfaction in focus: every action taken, every “small step” must increase customer satisfaction.
- The search for the ultimate cause: every problem or error is linked to a cause. The aim is to find the cause of the causes in order to treat the problem at its root and thus avoid its recurrence.
- Chasing the three sources of waste (the 3Ms): identifying and eliminating waste (Muda), irregularities (Mura) and the unnecessary/unreasonable (Muri).
- Everyone is an actor of change: the manager as well as the worker can propose areas of improvement.
- Information dissemination: we make sure that data is not monopolized by a restricted group of people within the company.
In kaizen, the ultimate objective pursued by the company is not so much to reach total quality, which is by definition out of reach, but to strive for it to the maximum.
Inspired by the Toyota production system, Lean Management is a management and work organization method that aims to improve a company’s performance and, more specifically, the quality and profitability of its production.
Lean Management optimizes processes by reducing non-value added time (unnecessary operations or transport, waiting, overproduction, etc.), causes of non-quality and complexity. This method is supported by an important managerial dimension that allows employees to work in the best conditions. Ultimately, two main objectives are targeted: complete customer satisfaction and the success of each employee.
Lean Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma is nothing other than the combination of two process improvement methods known and recognized for their effectiveness:
- The Lean management method which was developed in the Toyota factories during the 70’s (TPS Toyota Production System) in order to improve lead times, introduce Just in Time and reduce costs.
- As well as the Six Sigma method, which was born within the Motorola group, it is originally the result of a drastic search for improvement in the quality of production processes.
Both Lean and Six Sigma are customer perception oriented. When implemented with care, the benefits delivered by both approaches are fully compatible and complementary.
The activities that cause quality deficiencies in the customer’s eyes, as well as delays in the process, are the main sources of opportunities to improve quality, lead times, costs and profit.
Based on this premise, Lean Six Sigma can then be considered as an inescapable approach to improvement and overall profitability:
- Lean brings a systematic improvement of the processes, with axes of intervention articulated on the reduction of the cycle times, just in time, improvement not only of the fluidity but also of the flexibility.
- Six Sigma aims at drastically reducing all forms of variation below a range corresponding to customer satisfaction.
The juxtaposition of the two approaches, both process-oriented, allows for the overall management of the improvement process, taking into account all customer expectations in terms of quality, deadlines and costs.
Training leading to certification is a major asset to differentiate oneself from the competition in an increasingly competitive professional world.
Our certificates are aimed at the management professions, namely
- Operational Excellence
- Leadership Management
- Strategy management
Design for Experiment
Quality Management for Services
Lean Thinking for Emerging Leaders
Quality Management for Healthcare
Computer Aided Quality
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At a time of massive development of Artificial Intelligence, digitalization and automation, human qualities are becoming more and more important when it comes to recruitment, placing the human being – long relegated to second place – at the heart of the company.
Soft-skills, human qualities still inaccessible to robots
Gone are the days of hiring based solely on diplomas, linguistic performance and the thousand and one computer languages mastered. What counts today, and in the years to come more than anything else, are behavioral skills… otherwise known as Soft Skills, a term that designates relational intelligence, communication skills, character, and interpersonal skills. In short, all these abilities are complementary to those that can be learned and measured, which are called “Hard Skills”.
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Our objective: to provide added value for the individual and for the company, with a focus on operational efficiency.
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