The four-event series follows a team through a week-long kaizen event. A case which rectifies the situation and the B (UVA-OM-1259), C (UVA-OM-1260), and D (UVA-OM-1261) cases show what happens to the consecutive days. The series teaches concepts such as cycle time, line balancing and managing change. The A case should be passed as an assignment, and the B, C and D cases provide real-time exercises for the students.

The four-event series follows a team through a week-long kaizen event. A case which rectifies the situation and the B (UVA-OM-1259), C (UVA-OM-1260), and D (UVA-OM-1261) cases show what happens to the consecutive days. The series teaches concepts such as cycle time, line balancing and managing change. The A case should be passed as an assignment, and the B, C and D cases provide real-time exercises for the students.
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Jeriel Chua,
Elliott N. White
Source: Darden School of Business
7 pages.
Release Date: 11 February 2008. Prod #: UV1257-PDF-ENG
Reynaldo Roche (A) HBR case solution

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