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Guj edu dept to adopt Japanese mgmt tech

Press Trust Of India  |  Mumbai/ Vadodara 

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Gujarat education department will put the Japanese management technique of Kaizen into practice with a view to enhancing efficiency and productivity.

has been permitted by the state government to implement a 'Kaizen' pilot project in the department, the institute's director, told PTI. The Japanese philosophy of Kaizen, which focuses on continuous improvement, is a business strategy that involves everyone, at every level and across every function in the organisation working together to eliminate waste, gain productivity and improve profitability, Murthy said.

Under the pilot project, the institute will initiate immediate organisational changes by using creative and practical solutions through various tools and Total Systems Improvement programmes, to achieve specific and ongoing strategic growth, he said. The institute, founded by in 1986, is headquartered in Switzerland and has over 30 offices across the world with more than 200 consultants.

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Guj edu dept to adopt Japanese mgmt tech

Gujarat education department will put the Japanese management technique of Kaizen into practice with a view to enhancing efficiency and productivity.

Gujarat education department will put the Japanese management technique of Kaizen into practice with a view to enhancing efficiency and productivity.

has been permitted by the state government to implement a 'Kaizen' pilot project in the department, the institute's director, told PTI. The Japanese philosophy of Kaizen, which focuses on continuous improvement, is a business strategy that involves everyone, at every level and across every function in the organisation working together to eliminate waste, gain productivity and improve profitability, Murthy said.

Under the pilot project, the institute will initiate immediate organisational changes by using creative and practical solutions through various tools and Total Systems Improvement programmes, to achieve specific and ongoing strategic growth, he said. The institute, founded by in 1986, is headquartered in Switzerland and has over 30 offices across the world with more than 200 consultants.

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