KaiNexus Education Video #1 – Getting Started with Kaizen

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We've created and released our first in our series of short, simple Kaizen education videos from KaiNexus, a startup where I am the Chief Improvement Officer.

We are embedding these videos into our web-based software platform to provide short tips and hints for our users.

Click here to see all of the videos through my blog or here to view them on the KaiNexus website. We also have an RSS feed and a podcast on the iTunes Store. We're also making the videos available on our YouTube Channel and our education videos playlist. Subscribe to our channel to be notified of each new one that's released.

The first video addresses getting started with small, low-cost, low-risk ideas that make your own work easier.

Thoughts on the content? Is your organization focused on generating and implementing lots of little improvement ideas?

Video updated September, 2014 – View via YouTube

Many of these ideas are elaborated on in my book Healthcare Kaizen: Engaging Front-Line Staff in Sustainable Continuous Improvements.

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4 Comments
  1. Joseph Dager says

    Great suggestions and nice kickoff to the series. I look forward to more.

  2. Barry Render says

    This is a great short video. i look forward to seeing all the rest!

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