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Adding strength to SAIL’s vision of achieving excellence in all spheres, a workshop on Kaizen was organised at Scope on July 13. Sensei Masaaki Imai, regarded as the father of continuous improvement lectured on the various aspects of Kaizen.
Chairman, SAIL, CS Verma along with secretary, G Mohan Kumar, directors of SAIL and business excellence teams from across SAIL plants attended this conclave.
Sensei exhorted the delegates to try and squeeze maximum out of the existing resources. He talked about the philosophy of minimum resources and maximum output. Kaizen is a concept that makes simple improvements to critical end to end businesses for continuous improvement.
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