Sunday, December 09, 2007
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
... "It has become so obvious that the two go together in Serigraph's lean journey that it almost can be raised to the level of axiom - quality improvements can go only so far without lean - or total quality management is impossible without lean disciplines. " ...
Via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Six Sigma, lean strategy
Tuesday, July 03, 2007
... "CHEP estimates, using Six Sigma Kaizen analysis, found that 28 percent of end-to-end processing time could be saved per pallet delivery journey.
This equates to 49 minutes. " ...
Via Ferret: Australia RFID Pilot
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
... "In the Japanese culture, continuous learning (they call it kaizen) is a key part of their lives. It's a belief that life is a journey and that knowledge can and should increase with every step taken. " ...
Via Community Press: Lifetime Learning
Sunday, March 04, 2007
... "Six Sigma uses statistical analysis to reduce variation. By reducing variation, the probability of producing a defect is less. " ...
Via IndustryWeek: Which Continuous Improvement Program Is Appropriate For Your Enterprise?
Labels: automation, change, competition, continuous-improvement, defect, global, journey, lean-enterprise, lean-manufacturing, manufacturing-software, program-management, reduce-variation, six-sigma, six-sigma-process, variation
Thursday, February 15, 2007
... "By achieving this registration, F3 has embarked on a performance excellence journey that includes methodologies such as external benchmarking and Lean Six Sigma deployment. This long-term perspective is going to uniquely position them in the future. " ...
F3 Quality Commitment