Author of seven books, including “How To Solve Your Problems Without A Superhero” and “Architect of Change: Becoming a 21st Century Change Management Leader”
Kreative Kaizen™ is a highly specialised training academy with a proven record of helping companies implement Continuous Improvement and Lean Thinking via our exclusive BIOSTRAN Biographical Strategy Analysis, OZLEAN, The Lean Academy and suite of over 30 highly targeted short courses.
We’ve worked with the likes of Preformed Line Products,Bright Print Group, WH Williams, Crockers Oars, Hamilton Island Enterprises, Nudie Juice, Baiada Chicken, Sandvik Australia, CBC Bearings, Protective Fencing, Lamsons, Foseco, Weir Minerals, Thermit, and Expanda Vans.
Our tailored training and problem solving philosophies have resulted in companies achieving in excess of $60 million in work place savings.
We have taken a holistic approach and our solutions are focused on every aspect of a business and all staff roles and responsibilities.
“I have taken the proven international continuous improvement ideas and techniques and developed them into simple, down to earth, practical approaches that people can feel comfortable applying and using. Our business approach is to provide consulting and training services under clearly deﬁned service agreements which ensure that our customers are acutely aware of the speciﬁc services to be provided at a ﬁxed contract price. This also outlines performance criteria by which we are to be measured.”
Andrew Church has more than 30 years business management experience with the past 15 focused on developing and facilitating dynamic new training products via his Registered Training Organisation Eagle Wing Education & Training and now Kaizen Kreative. He is one of only a few Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belts in Australia and has implemented Lean Thinking in over 120 organisations throughout Australia. During this time he also contributed to the development of training units within the Competitive Manufacturing Training Package for TAFE and private colleges and was asked by the Federal Government to review their 2013 Sustainability Training package for Manufacturing Skills Australia. My recommendations were adopted by the government.
Author of How To Solve Your Problems Without A Super Hero. A DIY Guide For The Mere Mortal.
Andrew’s wealth of experience in problem solving and many other business topics formed the foundation for his easy to read guide. He looked at the traditional mind numbing self-help books on the market and thought it was time that someone addressed this vital situation in a different manner.
How To Solve Your Problems Without A Super Hero helps people understand what they need to do to in order to get on top of problems. It shows that if you attack the core of a problem rather than take a reactionary approach to problem solving you have a much better chance of finding the right outcome. As Andrew says it’s time for Mere Mortals to take control of their own situations! How To Solve Your Problems Without A Super Hero is much better than a manual or work book. It reads like a novel and people come away feeling empowered and ready to tackle those issues which have been nagging them for so long.
Problem Solving is just one of many solutions which Andrew and his Kreative Kaizen team deliver. He has taken a holistic approach to helping companies achieve Continuous Improvement.
Transformation Through Training
Kreative Kaizen was formed in 2007 to deliver and support strategies for Businesses of today.
Kreative Kaizen’s mission is to create an environment in client companies where each of the stakeholders can learn, work and prosper together.
We evaluate opportunities through consultation. We provide techniques through education. We make change through implementation.
We guarantee productivity and service improvement and we transfer ownership of the process to our clients.
Kreative Kaizen’s principals bring together many years of senior management and consulting experience.
Our clients are large and small, public and private. Australian and overseas companies.