Kaizen is the second name to Continuous improvement. Changes are brought to the organization’s processes with a rational timeline. One of the major benefits of Kaizen is the fact that it is continuous and not a time-oritented process.
Kaizen acknowledges more improvement is always possible. This concept helps employees and managers to implement Kaizen in the company.
Because of the advantages of continuous improvement, many company owners, managers want to apply Kaizen in their organization. The point is, How one should do that?
1st Step: Involve employees for Kaizen
Before you proceed for Kaizen, the first step is to involve your employees because it will help organizations to carry out the project smoothly with employee support.
The application of Kaizen, needs your employees to be motivated and involved. You need to have a workplace free from inertia. Inertia is the resistance to change. In order to have a workplace free from inertia, your organization need the cooperation of the workforce and interaction between leaders and workforce.