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Kaizen Approach to ISO 9001:2015

Instructor: Mike Micklewright
Product ID: 704298
  • Duration: 90 Min

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This training program will discuss the new requirements of ISO 9001:2015. It will also detail risk management and how it relates to Kaizen/Lean efforts. Attendees will learn how to integrate all Kaizen/Lean practices with the quality management system as well.

Why Should You Attend:

With the advent of the new and approved ISO 9001:2015 standard recently published in 2015, this is a great opportunity to re-engineer your quality management system (QMS) to make it one that adds value and is well respected by all within the organization, especially top management. 5.1.1 of the revised standard requires top management to “demonstrate leadership and commitment with respect to the quality management system (QMS) by ensuring the integration of the QMS requirements into the organization's business processes. This should include the integration with all Kaizen processes including standard work, communication cells, visual management, gemba walks, 5S, work cells, total productive maintenance, etc.

This presentation will discuss how with the revised standards requirement to address risk management at all levels, Kaizen practices support this effort since any effort in reducing waste is an effort to mitigate risk.

It will also discuss how the tools of Kaizen can and should be used to downsize the documentation within the organization, thereby making it more user-friendly, since the revised version of ISO 9001 has loosened the reins on documentation requirements.

Learning Objectives:

  • To learn of the new requirements to ISO 9001:2015
  • To learn about risk management and how it relates to Kaizen/Lean efforts
  • To learn how to integrate all Kaizen/Lean practices with the quality management system making each more powerful and complementary
  • To learn how to downsize your documentation system

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • The new requirements and focus of ISO 9001:2015
  • Leadership’s new responsibilities
  • How Kaizen tools and cultural practices fit into the new standard, element by element
  • Risk management and Kaizen
  • Downsizing the volume of documents within your system

Who Will Benefit:

  • Kaizen/Lean/Continuous Improvement Leaders at All Levels
  • Quality Managers
  • Design and Development Managers
  • CEOs, COOs, VPs, Department Heads

Instructor Profile:

Mike Micklewright is a dynamic international speaker, author, business and quality consultant and trainer based in the Chicago area. He is also a senior business consultant with Kaizen Institute. He specializes in creating lean and continuous improvement cultures, effective quality management systems, leadership, Dr. Deming’s principles, auditing, competency based training through TWI, problem solving, global standardization, and root cause analysis.

Mr. Micklewright has developed quality management systems based on ISO 9001, ISO 13485, ISO/TS 16949, ISO 14001, and AS 9100 for well over 50 companies and has helped hundreds of others improve their QMSs and make them more effective.

In alliance with Quality Digest Magazine, he recently introduced a line of training videos focusing on integrating Lean and a QMS for increased effectiveness of both. He also writes his own column for Quality Digest in which he is known as the Whys Guy. Mr. Micklewright has recently written two books, Out of Another @#%^! Crisis and Lean ISO 9001 that are available through ASQ, and he also has developed his own line of ISO, auditing, and Lean videos.

He was also a Midwest Board Member of the Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME), an AME Manufacturing Excellence Award Assessor, and a member of the US TAG to ISO/TC 176, the organization that writes the ISO 9000 set of standards. He is an ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, quality auditor, quality engineer, manager of quality/operational excellence, and supply chain analyst. He also holds an engineering degree from the University of Illinois.

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