Kaizen, 5 S and JIT Seminar

Member

Mohsen Sabetipour


Duration

From January 15 to 16, 2019

Target

The aim of this project is to promote and disseminate of the concepts of Kaizen to young active members. "KAIZEN™ means improvement. Moreover, it means continuing improvement in personal life, home life, social life, and working life. When applied to the workplace KAIZEN™ means continuing improvement involving everyone – managers and workers alike."


Target population

450


Target avg age

27


People impacted

48


Sustainable Development Goal

Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure


Development stage

Education and Economic Empowerment


Purpose

The Project aims,
-To promote and disseminate of the concepts of Kaizen to young active members.
-To empower them to be more productive in their activities.
-To expand bilateral cooperation between Iran and Japan.


Overview

JCI Iran in cooperation with JCCME ( Japan Cooperation Center for the Middle East) and Isfahan Chamber of Commerce organized two-day workshops on Kaizen, 5s and JIT .
For the first day, Prof. Seiichi Fujita of the Business School in Waseda University in Japan, one of the famous Japanese professors in this subject, conducted the workshop in the field of education and human development, and On the second day of the event, we visited two big factories in Iran, in which the concepts of Kaizen were implemented.


Results

A seminar was organized.

Both the participants and the speakers gave positive feedback on the seminar in general. The themes were considered current and interesting.

The seminar raised somewhat discussion in social media.


Recommendations

One of the target audiences were students. This kind of event is also an excellent opportunity to promote JCI activities.

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