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The Kaizen Checklist is here!

Do you want to get better results from your Kaizen programme?

Improve your business results quickly with my downloadable kit (including guidebook, workbook and templates) for only $39.

Are you looking for a sustainable way to identify and implement improvements across your business?

Practical improvement strategies
The Kaizen Checklist is a downloadable kit that you can use with your management team to develop a system that suits your business and allow you to quickly implement Kaizen effectively at your place of work. This works great if you use it as the centre piece of your own internal workshop.

The kit includes a 40 page guidebook, a workbook, four appendices and three templates. All parts of this kit are designed to get you up and running as fast as possible.

If you are unfamiliar with Kaizen, let me stress that this is a simple improvement philosophy that is so much more than just  ‘a Japanese word for continuous improvement’. I’ll cover what it really is in the guidebook.

Wide range of ideas to boost Kaizen implementation
The truth is that many Kaizen programmes fail and I am often called into companies to help them develop a sustainable system. The guidebook covers the same points that I cover when I work with teams during my management workshops. The accompanying workbook, appendices and templates are designed to help you get the similar results as fast as possible.

The key to a good Kaizen system is to consider a range of points that will help you design an effective and efficient way of working that suits your business. The thrust of this kit is guidance through a number of considerations that will allow you decide exactly what will deliver results for your business. I will also share with your some of the common pitfalls around Kaizen systems and how you can avoid them.

The Kaizen Checklist is for you if:
  • You want to get the most out of your teams and eliminate the ‘untapped human potential’ waste.
  • Want a continuous stream of improvement opportunities for your business.
  • Are looking to create a system that identifies and manages your Kaizen / continuous improvement ideas

Integrate Kaizen with other management systems
If you’ve been around Kaizen as long as I have you’ll realise that there isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ approach, this kit will let you tailor an approach that works for you.

Also, I offer a full money back guarantee if this isn’t for you. If you buy the Kaizen Checklist and you are unable to get value from it just get in touch and I’ll organise a full refund.

To get your copy of the Kaizen Checklist, click on the button below.

I wish you all the best.

Giles Johnston
Smartspeed Consulting Limited

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