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Continuous Improvement workshops with Result

Makigami Boosterweek Workshop

Highly effective one-week session, leading one to six teams through the Current State to the Future State. While learning  all the tricks and details on a real life process, the result can be impemented immediately.

 

Continuous Improvement Workshops

We provide a wide series of CI workshops, tailored to your situation and always with a direct result on you business.

Training on the Job; Life cases, immediate implementation

 

High Impact – Deep learning – On the Job

Kick Start the most powerful and fundamental improvements, guided by a top-expert

Makigami is about Kaikaku, breakthrough improvement.

It can only be done with the full support of the involved staff and management.

It took us many years to develop the optimal program and expertise to transform any business process in a controlled way. We are happy to share this skill with your organisation!

 

Makigami Boosterweek

Mapping your current process: learn what really goes on

Although it works, knowbody really knows how. Even when you are ISO/QS certified… Makigami will show: Who does what and when. The participants gain a 360 degree view on the process and understand and identify where the problems are.

The team learns how they influence the process and understand the situation of the others

The walls between the ‘silos’ become transparent. “I didn’t know that…” and “Why do we do this” are often heard phrases. 

Rigorous chase all losses; not just 'cherry picking'

After gaining a profound insight how the process works in real live, all used resources are scrutinized: Does this really adds any value, or is it a loss? Why? Can it be done differently?

Learn to dig deep. Learn to completely redesign the current situation.

This is the most thrilling part! Changing is always difficult; so lets do it right and make the process optimal and future proof!

Have a strong framework before using improvement tools

Most Improvement efforts die early. A profound understanding of what’s behind the tools is essential. 

The vast majority of all processes use less than 5% (!) of the time adding value! This means there is a huge potential for improvement. Use it before the competition does…

Monozukuri Kata Workshops

Learning CI routines: Create 'Muscle Memory'

Find out: What is your True North?

Learning to see your 'Losses'. Knowing your 'Value'. How can you make them visible?

Routines to structurally eliminate your losses.

How do you create speedy processes using 'Flow' concepts?

Find out how to make changes sustainable. What is the value of Standardization?

Have a clear vision on 'Respect for People and Planet'.

What does this all mean for Leadership, Organisation, ... etc.

Monozukuri Introduction

A brief introduction to the fascinating concepts of Monozukuri. Ideal to get your crew on board, or as a kickoff for a wider CI program.

Find out if the concept fits where you are. Bring collegues on board!

 

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Monozukuri Starter

A 3 day program to align top and-or middle management. Takes the crew to the 6 keys of Monozukuri kata, making it practical for the actual situation. 

Find out where you and your team are. Are we fully committed? What will we do? And what wil;l we stop doing?

 

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Harada - Hoshin Kanri

What is our True North? Which are our Goals? What needs to be done to get there? How to deploy the targets into the organisation?

Find out how a strong goal helps to lead the organisation and yourselves through Change!

 

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Leading to Success

A 2 years program: Leading an organisation to the top.

A systemic approach helping leaders to transform their organisation.

Find out how the impossible can made possible when using the power of team! 

 

Where does Makigami Originates from?

Right you see, as far as we know, the first ‘value stream map for offices’. It was made in 1996 by Okamura-san at Fujico (Japan). Compare the size of the door at the left!
After 10 years it was still being improved, as we could see during a visit in December, 2006

Okamura San during a Masterclass in Tokijo 2006

The first ever made makigami in 1996 at Fujico (Japan)

This Fujico Makigami could be considered to be ‘The mother of all Makigami’s’.

It was the inspiration to Arno Koch‘s development of the Makigami Process Improvement methodology.

Continuous Improvement Tools

Makigami will reveal many opportunities for improvement

Here are some commonly requested tools to be used. We train and implement them all. Results are guaranteed.

SMED Pittstop Changover

To create ‘flow’ in a production line, it is crucial to be able to perform fast and reliable change-overs between different products.

Learn to change-over in less then 10 minutes

Push to Pull conversion

Switching off non reliable time- and money consuming  MRP systems and replace them bij Kanban, Fifo and other visual tools also  in complex situations.

Learn the power of visual steering and planning

5S Workplace Organisation

A well organised workplace is the start for professional work. No redundant stuff in the way, everything clean and in it place, deviations immediately visible: that is 5S!

Learn how to create great workplaces where work isn’t a hassle! 

 

Small Group Activity SGA

Bringing the right people together, letting them go through a series of steps allows ANY problem in your organisation to be solved.

All knowledge to solve any problem in your organisation is already present.

Process Improvement Boosterweek

After our long years experience, we enhanced the application of the technique. As a result, it is now possible to make quite deep analyses of the current state and redesign for the future state, within as little as one week. We perform most of such weeks as ‘boosterweeks’. Up to 6 simultaneous cross functional teams go through the process. At the end of the week, they present a 100-day implementation plan.

After a short introduction to the Makigami Theory, in this sessions the teams will use pre-printed A0 forms

(download your makigami template here as pdf files). With this they will work on their own processes.

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Makigami Sessions are Teamwork

Systemic (or Holistic) approach

 The Makigami Method is a simple and easy to use tool. However, it is the basic vehicle towards a completely different approach of support- and administrative organizations. As such, it is the key-instrument towards a systemic -or if you wish a holistic- view of the organization and its surrounding. Well performed sessions can be the startpoint to the true next level of successful organizations.

After a succesful ‘makigami workshop’ during one week, the teams proudly presents it’s findings and results.

Systemic (or Holistic) approach

 The Makigami Method is a simple and easy to use tool. However, it is the basic vehicle towards a completely different approach of support- and administrative organizations. As such, it is the key-instrument towards a systemic -or if you wish a holistic- view of the organization and its surrounding. Well performed sessions can be the startpoint to the true next level of successful organizations.

Don’t Wait Any Longer. Start Fundamental Improvements Today!