Planning and Insight
Macros & VB
Continuous improvement, also known as Kaizen, is a philosophy or practice that involves continually making small, incremental changes to processes, products, or services in order to improve efficiency, effectiveness, and/or quality. It is a way of thinking that focuses on identifying and addressing problems or opportunities for improvement on an ongoing basis, rather than just making changes occasionally or reacting to problems as they arise. Continuous improvement involves using tools and techniques such as data analysis, process mapping, and root cause analysis to identify areas for improvement, and then implementing and testing small changes to see how they impact the process. The goal of continuous improvement is to create a culture of ongoing improvement within an organization, where everyone is constantly looking for ways to do things better and more efficiently.
Lean Six Sigma Cheat Sheet
This is a cheat sheet for the Lean Six Sigma methodology, which combines the principles of Lean manufacturing and Six Sigma to maximize efficiency and minimize defects in processes.
Measure the integrity of a Measure
Gage R&R is all about the integrity of your measurement system and its ability to capture the true values of what you are measuring. A few quotes on measurement and data might be appropriate:
Some of the most popular continuous improvement techniques and tools employed by organisations to increase the performance and safety of the production process, improve quality control, optimise value and efficiency across the supply chain, and respond to the increasing complexity of customer needs in real time.
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