Lean in-house Training

Develop the lean skills of the entire organization by engaging people in a collaborative environment and focusing on practical implementation

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Lean in-house training will transform your teams

These programs are based on the experience accumulated by Kaizen Institute over more than 30 years in developing Continuous Improvement skills. Each course involves live scenario implementation, where teams learn by doing and are encouraged to incorporate KAIZEN™ into the daily practices and processes within the organization.

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Become a lean Expert

Leadership Seminar

To develop lean leadership skills for guiding management teams in their way to achieve a positive business impact and encourage the cultural change

Lean Transformation Program

To shape an organization’s system of excellence to spread the culture of lean and continuous improvement throughout the company

Value Stream Analysis

To master a profound diagnosis of end-to-end key processes for prioritizing improvement opportunities and designing a lean vision for the future


To empower multidisciplinary teams to lead improvement initiatives in short delivery sprints for the transformation of any organizational process

Agile Organization

To spread lean behaviors across all organizational levels for the teams’ progressive guidance in the most complex routines and tools

Strategy Planning

To master the process of strategic planning and execution for innovation and profitable business growth year after year

Benchmark Tours

To gather first-hand, on-site benchmark insights with open sharing of best practices to understand how your organization can become best in class

Lean and Six Sigma

To develop the basic and professional lean skills needed to begin and grow a Continuous Improvement culture

Insight Tours in Japan

To immerse in Japanese culture to fully understand the purpose and application of KAIZEN™ in real life


Our lean in-house training follows a structured method that ensures the development of key skills and their integration into the organization’s processes. The implementation of these programs involves an initial assessment of the target audience’s needs and the customization of relevant topics accordingly. The success of the approach results from the engagement of people in a collaborative environment and focused on practical implementation, adapting the basic concepts to each organization’s reality.

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Lean E-Learning training courses

Take the opportunity to gain theoretical knowledge for free from our three interactive e-learning training courses. Sign up below to receive access to Kaizen Institute’s learning management platform.

This self-paced course covers the main principles of Continuous Improvement. After taking this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the history of KAIZEN™.
  • Define KAIZEN™ and describe the KAIZEN™ goal, vision, mission, and brand promise.
  • List the differences between KAIZEN™ and Lean, explain the Kaizen Institute logo, and describe where and why to apply KAIZEN™.
  • Describe what KAIZEN™ is about and explain the 5 KAIZEN™ Principles.

This self-paced course is related to the KAIZEN™ Change Model (KCM), which is Kaizen Institute’s pillar system. It aims to implement a Continuous Improvement Culture in all organizations to improve employees’ performance and motivation while improving processes. After taking this course, you will be able to:

  • Define what change & paradigm are.
  • Explain why people resist change.
  • Explain the goal of the KAIZEN™ Change Model and describe its pillars.

This self-paced course presents the KAIZEN™ Business System (KBS).

After taking this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain the KAIZEN™ Business System (KBS) with its scope, knowledge model, and roadmap.
  • Give details about how, when, where, and who can implement it.

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