Welcome to the Kaizen Hub

“Kaizen” is the Japanese term for Continuous Improvement. We use Kaizen and lean methods to transform the productivity, profitability and strategy of our clients while changing the culture to ensure growth and sustainability for the future. Founded in 1985 by world leading expert Masaaki Imai, Kaizen Institute Consulting...

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Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing

To find out more about our organisation please visit:
www.kaizen.com

Kaizen is the practice of continuous improvement.
The Kaizen Institute team has applied the lean methodology across virtually all business sectors in all parts of the globe.
Big results come from many small changes accumulated over time.
Kaizen was founded in 1985 by world leading expert Masaaki Imai.

Graduate Opportunities (1)

Colin

Consultant

"What I love about it is the pace - I was dropped straight in to two projects within my first week."

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7 ways to optimise warehouse spaces

Those working in logistics recognise that the existence of non-optimised warehouses and distribution centres is more frequent than would be desired. Existence of unnecessary product, ending the stock of required products, excess movements, low productivity, lack of visual management or highly dependent employees are some of the symptoms of this problem. In this context, it becomes essential to define a better organisation so as to improve the management of materials and operation flows. Here...

Added: 2nd March 2017

Sanjeiv

Consultant

"The environment in which we train, implement, and deliver projects/workshops is extremely fast paced."

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What if your company opened a Knowledge Supermarket?

We are living in the Age of Knowledge We are living in the Age of Knowledge. We are increasingly producing more information and gaining access to more knowledge. Simultaneously, more activities depend on information flow management. Only in 2015, we produced as much information as the one produced during all previous years. It seems obvious that, for any company, knowledge is fundamental for greater efficiency and speed of tasks and processes and, consequently, for greater competitiveness....

Added: 2nd March 2017