Kaizen Events For Mining Companies, Lean Process Management Training Announced
The company now offers co-hosting availability in their kaizen events to help client companies work through persistent operational issues. Kaizen events assist clients with resolving disagreements amongst company silos and with reorganizing multiple projects to generate significant value.
More details are available at https://onwardbusinessmechanics.com/
Kaizen events help clients move the needle on a wide variety of operational problems, ranging from safety incidents to quality issues and customer service complaints. They also assist clients with making time for routine administrative processes like management hiring.
Lean business thinking means encouraging employees to visualize, manage, and constantly improve their workflow. Kaizen, meaning “fast change” in Japanese, is a building block of Lean business methods. When management uses the kaizen strategy, they bring together workers from various functions and levels in the company to handle an operations problem or improve a work process.
Likewise, Onward Business Mechanics’ kaizen events help clients bring together stakeholders from across different functional areas within their company to break deadlocks on and bring clarity to company projects. Participants come together as a team to explore disagreements and differing theories in a psychologically safe environment. After each event, program organizers will be able to identify the most important follow-up items, allowing them to use time and resources more efficiently.
“If your company is suffering from a persistent operational issue and you’re looking for a breakthrough, a kaizen event could be what you need,” a company spokesperson said. “Onward Business Mechanics has the experience to hold kaizen events that are catered to the needs of your business, and the realities of your industry.”
Onward Business Mechanics was founded by Erica Lee Garcia, a professional engineer with experience spanning manufacturing, mining, non-profit management, and consulting. Her kaizen events have helped clients improve their manager hiring time, reduce downtime, and improve customer satisfaction and product value. They have helped clients in the ore mining industry, for example, recover ore from the blasting process at a value of $19 million.
A satisfied client said, “Erica does an excellent job engaging employees to improve their work results. Her work builds ownership and creates sustainable solutions. Erica’s excellent to work with, always positive, and dedicated to delivering results.”
Interested parties can learn more at https://onwardbusinessmechanics.com/
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