In this era of constant change, the way a business delivers value today likely won’t be the same way as what will be required tomorrow. According to an estimate by the McKinsey Global Institute, “By 2030, as many as 375 million workers globally will have to master fresh skills as their current jobs evolve alongside the rise of automation and capable machines.”
Retrain your workforce with the right skills to meet your evolving business needs. Kaizen Consulting offers managerial training to build a workforce that can respond without apprehension to the difficulties that the new circumstances present.
Design thinking is a non-linear, iterative process that teams use to understand users, challenge assumptions, redefine problems and create innovative solutions to prototype and test. Involving five phases—Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test—is most helpful in tackling ill-defined or unknown problems. Through this course participants, will learn and practice the core concepts of design thinking.
Help your company remain competitive, innovative, and profitable in today’s business environment by learning the basics of lean. This course is grounded in lean thinking, teaching how to use lean techniques, tools, problem-solving framework, and PDCA and A3 to organize and manage lean improvement projects that address organizational problems and improve performance—adapting participants across any organization or individual, regardless of the industry, organization size, roles, responsibilities, challenges or goals. Participants will be provided with practical application opportunities throughout the course.
Understand the fundamentals of Kaizen and their impact on everyday life. Learn to overcome the natural resistance to change and develop an open attitude to new ideas. See the full impact of waste, how to visualize, and measure and remove waste. Learn the principles and cross-cutting tools for continuous improvement. Know the successes in implementing a culture of continuous improvement.
A Kanban system is an evolutionary approach to change and change management by starting with what you already do, respecting current roles, responsibilities, and job titles, encouraging acts of leadership at all levels, and agreeing to pursue incremental, evolutionary change that evolves business processes. Using a Kaizen approach that reduces the risks associated with complex change programs. Participants will gain sufficient knowledge about the Kanban System.
The world is constantly changing, and organizations are looking for ways to change with it – to become adaptable. This Scrum Introduction course presents agile principles, practices, and values that empower individuals and teams to transform the way they work sustainably. Our Scrum Foundations course is designed to introduce you to the values and principles established in the Agile Manifesto, as well as the framework defined by the Scrum Guide.
The Scrum@Scale Foundations Course introduces the lean principles, and the fundamental concepts of Scrum@Scale used to facilitate agile transformation. Participants leave the course understanding the key elements in the Scrum@Scale Framework and tool suggestions to apply what they have learned. This course serves as a launching point for Agile leaders to coordinate multiple teams’ product delivery, backlog refinement, sprint planning, and product management.
This Agile Foundations course will teach you the importance of being Agile. Learn the critical aspects of value-driven development, adaptive planning techniques, and collaboration with customers, clients, and teams. In this introduction to Agile course, you are introduced to several Agile methodologies, including Scrum, Kanban, Lean, and XP, to determine what will work best for your team.