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Providing facilitation of Kaizen Projects to resolve problems and wastes in your organization's value streams

Kaizen projects are improvement projects when deploying Lean and Lean Six Sigma. The project team is coached step by step over a period of about 3 months using a structured problem-solving approach which is typically the A3 Problem Solving method or the DMAIC method.


Hand-holding is for these projects is provided to help the teams through each step of the problem-solving journey of their Kaizen projects, from defining the problem clearly, measuring the baseline, root cause analysis, selection of counter-measures till implementation of counter-measures and the putting in place of measures for sustaining the improvements that are made.

Through Kaizen projects real performance improvement is achieved across the organization in many value streams that positively impacts sales and delivery, quality and effectiveness.

In Lean and Lean Six Sigma employees are empowered to carry out improvement projects that matter, that takes away the pain they face , resolve customer issues, and increasing value to the customers.

Eagles Wings Consulting has facilitated more than 500 Kaizens for our clients that are from various industries. In doing so, we aim to build organic capability in your organization to be able to solve problems and resolve issues.



Thank you for your interest in our services. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact us:

Eagles Wings Consulting Pte Ltd


Tel: 9735 1136

Why Eagles Wings Consulting?


* Lean, Six Sigma, Agile & Service Design

* Leadership and ground level experience

* Operating since 2004

* Based in Singapore

* Training, Consulting & Coaching

* Clients from many industries including            Health-Care, MRO, IT, Education,                    Government, Oil & Gas,  Manufacturing,        Finance, Telecoms and many others

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