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Start implementing Kaizen in your facility using the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle and achieve continual improvement.
Developed in Japan just after World War II, Kaizen has been a popular and successful management philosophy that is used by many major Japanese and domestic companies to help facilities attain efficiency and production goals.
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Eliminate recurring problems in your systems by applying a nine-step problem-solving process.
A3 Problem Solving
Understand the seven steps of the A3 lean manufacturing method for problem-solving reports used by Toyota.
Understand the best strategies and applications for andons to communicate important signals to workers.
Streamline the manufacturing process with a step-by-step production flow using the Chaku Chaku lean method
Continuous Improvement in Healthcare
Stay within budget and improve every aspect of the workplace with ideas for continuous improvement using Kaizen.
See how each step of this six sigma process will help improve the design of a product
Fault Tree Analysis
Examine system failures and understand the root causes with a fault tree analysis (FTA)
Apply this questioning approach to identify the root cause of a problem
Identify failure modes and related causes of an event with a Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).
Apply this management method to improve processes in a number of highly technical and complex work environments or tasks.