“Change for the Better”
Kaizen is the Japanese word for Continuous Improvement
There are a number of benefits to improving productivity to list a few:
- Reduced cost
- Improved profitability
- Improved utilization of resources
- Improved competitiveness
- Increased market-share
- Direct employee benefit
Each direct benefit provides a number of ancillary benefits. Consequently, productivity improvements are a constant objective.
Methodology for increasing productivity incorporates everything from increasing the use of robotics and technologies, to the development of efficiency teams, and less we forget management through intimidation.
Consulting firms and intellects have made a living promoting different methodologies we leave those discussions to other minds than ours.
The philosophy was made famous by Toyota often referred to as Toyota Kaizen. Put succinctly kaizen is the process of improving a little bit everyday. Our approach to productivity improvement is rooted in this philosophy. We improve the health and wellness of your staff and at the same time increase environmental sustainability of your operation.
Our focus on the overlooked is a stepping stone for meaningful change.
Unlike other wellness programs, our Kaizen approach of small changes delivering significant results improves employees’ wellness through the diminution of communicable bacteria and viruses. Continually, interrupting the spread of the common cold and flu through the reinforcement of “personal hygiene” protecting participating employees both at work and at home and nonparticipating employees in the workplace. For each employee that experiences one less common cold or flu per year, their annual productivity is increased by more than $1,500.00 per year.