Kaizen host 400+ elite operational excellence pioneers under one roof

Kaizen to host 400+ elite operational excellence pioneers under one roof

6:11 AM, 5th January 2019
kaizen Conference

PUNE, INDIA: India has emerged as one of the fastest growing economies of the world, however, it still needs organizations to become engines of manufacturing and service growth to create products and services and go on to become global icons building the nation’s brand identity.

Due to the lack of well-managed operations, companies have been wasting resources which lead to slow growth of companies leading to slow growth in the economy. To achieve higher productivity, Lead Time reduction and consistency in quality, organizations need to strategize on improving operations, eliminating waste, creating Lean processes and change the way people think and change the paradigm. Therefore, it’s vital for organizations to constantly strive for operational excellence every day, and everywhere.

Being one of the biggest promoters of Operational Excellence and LEAN across the globe, Kaizen Institute India will be hosting the 10th Annual Indizen (KAIZEN™ Congress India) 2019 taking place on the 19th – 21st Feb 2019 at Suzlon One Earth, Pune, India.

The congress will host 400+ of India’s most elite operational excellence pioneers and practitioners. Kaizen Institute India is a part of Kaizen Institute Global, which is currently operating in over 60 countries on 6 Continents in 45 Sectors of industries.

The congress agenda will witness expert talks on operation excellence by 20 Renowned Speakers from across India paired with active learning sessions through 40+ Case Studies of companies implementing operational excellence.

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