Jun Nakamuro is endorsed to coach the Taiichi Ohno Method of Lean and Kaizen beyond Toyota. Since 2007, he has undergone extensive training in Japan and received certification following the TPS guidelines officially approved by Taiichi Ohno himself. Ohno’s most successful protégé, Hitoshi Yamada, has recognized Jun’s achievement and recognized him as a successor of Ohno’s philosophy. Jun specializes in realizing transformation changes in Process, Mindset, and Technology in a simultaneous manner.
Beyond conventional industry wisdom, he has persistently sought to understand Lean and Kaizen on a deeper level. Over the last decades, Jun has gained extensive experience coaching in various industries, including healthcare. Most importantly, Jun’s mission is to bridge cultural barriers in order to spread the best concepts of Lean Manufacturing, Kaizen Culture, Strategy Deployment, and bring the best of Kaizen, The Ohno Method, to organizations around the world.
Since Collin’s first experience in Japan he has lead numerous trips and personally trained over 12,000 people in best-practice management. He co-discovered the advance methods of Taiichi Ohno and how to apply Industry 4.0 to Kaizen. This is the secret that all need to know and Collin welcomes to share his knowledge. If you have a problem, Collin knows that this training and experience in Japan will provide you with the right approach and techniques to solve your current and future challenges. He is so encouraged to see the growth of every participant on the Ohno Method Study Mission that it emboldens him to continue to offer this experience. It truly is a very rewarding job to help and see their growth in just 1 week together.
With Collin leading, you will have a perfect blend of scholastic aptitude, shop floor management, information system knowledge, organizational design experience, and executive experience that is unparalleled in applying theory to real-world application. Collin’s focus is always on coaching the participant with the knowledge necessary to succeed.