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Business education
How to evaluate the shares of an international company?

How does knowledge of the principles of sharing economy allow you to earn the first money in 7 years?

What is the difference between crowdfunding and crowdfunding?

How to start your first startup without credit loans?

AIS students look for answers to these questions in the process of teaching financial literacy.

Lean production

You need to learn from the best. It is this rule that guides the team of teachers and invited experts from the SEZ "Alabuga" when choosing areas of study.
The lean manufacturing program takes its origins from the ancient Japanese philosophy of “Kaizen”. “Kaizen” involves himself in the 5S system. 
5S (5s system) is a method of organizing the workspace, which aims to create optimal conditions for operations, maintaining order, cleanliness, accuracy, saving time and energy.
5S is a lean manufacturing tool that AIS students learn from Grade 1 through Grade 6. In the process of learning, children take the following steps:

Step 1 – SEIRI / SORT – Sorting and removing unnecessary.
Step 2 – SEITON / SET IN ORDER-self-Organization, order observance, determination for each thing of the place.
Step 3 – SEISO / SHINE-Keeping clean, systematic cleaning.
Step 4 – SEIKETSU / STANDARDIZE - ”Standardize" the process.
Step 5 – SHITSUKE / SUSTAIN-Improving order and discipline.

Process improvement and sorting skills are introduced with the canteen AIS, children and staff sort dirty dishes on the table before sending to the washroom, facilitating the activities of kitchen workers and minimizing the risks of smashing dishes.

Economic effective thinking

The formation of students ' business thinking through a systematic way of action in the implementation of the six Sigma method, which consists of five steps and is called DMAIC (eng. define, measure, analyze, improve, control):

  • Definition of project goals and customer requests (internal and external);
  • Process measurement to determine current execution;
  • Defect analysis, determination of root causes of defects;
  • Process improvement through defect reduction;
  • Control of the further course of the process.