Standardize Improvement by Doing Everything in One Platform
Daily Improvements - Kaizen Events - Value Stream Maps - Toyota Kata - Just Do Its - Hoshin Kanri - A3s - Rapid Improvement Events - PDCA - Strategy Deployment - Custom Improvement Types
A simple, standardized way to manage any type of improvement from your computer, email, or phone. Customize every detail to fit your unique needs and create as many types of improvements as you want.
Create and manage improvement projects of any size, scope, or specification. Track projects, deploy strategy, organize improvement events, and manage specialized training all in one platform.
Capture any type of project and improvement with customizable submission forms, even when your users are offline. Provide a simple, unified way for everyone to improve from any screen, no matter what type of improvement they're making.
Build cross functional teams that communicate faster and better. KaiNexus makes it easy to work together on improvement, no matter where your team is or what they do, with features like commenting, activity logs, voting, and attachments.
Maintain momentum and ensure that nothing falls through the cracks by assigning tasks to delegate work, stay on top of due dates, and keep a record of who's done what. You can even set up task dependencies, so that new tasks will activate as upstream tasks are completed!
Share files and links right on each improvement and project to keep all resources in one place and accessible to everyone. Quit shuffling through shared drives. Keep it simple.
Customize charts to monitor the metrics that you’re working to improve. Put your data next to your improvements so that everyone can see it. Whether you need control charts, Pareto charts, bowling charts, track progress toward your goals in KaiNexus.
See a real-time analysis of the activity and engagement of your improvement culture, and set goals to ensure your organization is improving in these areas. Understand the impact that each improvement and project has on your organization's goals. Identify the target ROI for improvements and projects, track projections throughout implementation, and compare with your final impact.
When there are a plethora of improvements to be made, it's important that senior leaders guide stakeholders to make objective, strategic decisions about what should be prioritized. Creating a custom weighted scoring system allows people at all levels of the organization to evaluate the complexity, risk, priority, etc. of any initiative based on predetermined criteria.
Improvements can be better targeted toward strategic objectives when priorities and targets are clearly defined and shared.
Keep track of due dates for all improvement work in one spot with a calendar that automatically updates to reflect changes. Get email reminders alerting you when a due date is approaching. Improve the way you improve.