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Improve equipment efficiency and reduce downtime by implementing the eight pillars of total productive maintenance (TPM)
Get an in-depth guide for implementing Kanban, one of the most popular efficiency improvement systems for any size facility.
Kanban is a lean manufacturing tool for producing things in a very efficient way. Kanban is the Japanese word for “sign.”
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Lean Logistics Techniques
Find out how to apply lean logistics to add greater value for your customer and enhance lean methods like Kaizen and 5S.
Design for Six Sigma
Create products that meet customer needs with the Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) method
Lean Healthcare: Quality and Safety
Improve the care and safety of patients by using lean manufacturing tools to identify and solve problems.
Muda, Mura, Muri
Understand the three categories of waste most common in lean manufacturing processes and how to eliminate them using 5S.
Six Sigma Methodology
Get the pros and cons of combining lean and six sigma methods to improve the quality of your products
Assess Process Flow in Manufacturing
Protect your bottom line by following a process flow assessment to prevent bottlenecks and inefficiencies in processes.
Linking Lean and Visuals
Leverage visuals such as signs and labels to experience lean benefits and improve all aspects of the workflow.
Improve products and processes facility-wide by implementing a continuous improvement program.
Find out how to effectively apply lean manufacturing principles to construction projects to eliminate waste and more.
The Theory of Constraints (TOC)
Follow these five steps to identify your operational bottlenecks and focus your efforts to improve productivity.