Theories of learning

Training is a key to the success of a change initiative. It is obvious. You have to pay a lot of attention. Introduction Whether it is to understand the reason for change, improve staff autonomy or train for change tools, training is key in deploying a Lean 6 Sigma...

The Shuhari

The ShuHaRi is a concept derived from Japanese martial arts and describes the 3 main stages of learning. Apply as part of the deployment of Lean 6 Sigma, the use of this principle allows to accelerate and better perpetuate the change. Introduction The ShuHaRi is a...

Hansei

Cultural principle in Japan, the Hansei are times of reflections on the activities that have just been conducted, this to avoid making the same mistakes. Introduction Literally translated as ” Self-Reflection “, the Hansei 反省 ron the principles...

Dynamic Learning

The main quality of a company is ” judge” about its ability to learn. It is on this capacity that we will rely to implement the Lean Six Sigma approach. Introduction Learning is the main capacity of a company and an individual for a Lean Six Sigma...

Yokoten

Japanese term meaning ” horizontal deployment “, Yokoten is a principle of standardizing the sharing of best practices and learning. Introduction Learning is the main capacity of a company and an individual for a Lean Six Sigma approach, where we are...

The autonomy cycle

Autonomy in a Lean business is a key factor. Each person must be able to participate in the daily improvement of the processes. Introduction Autonomy in a Lean business is key. Every person must participate in the daily improvement of processes : It is the user who is...