What is the Taguchi Principle?

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What is the Taguchi Principle?

Has anyone heard of the Taguchi principle and can you please explain what it is in simple terms? What are the benefits in logistics channels?

  Nol Geurts
Interim Manager, Netherlands

Taguchi Principle: Loss Function

Tachuchi explained the loss function for the first time to the world. He explained that if the dispersion is reduced, the loss will drop. Of course this idea is fully adopted in the 6S road map.

  jeff stewart, United States

Taguchi Loss Function

Is still a sound statistical tool to quantify loss... Or percent fall out. Many companies that practice Lean & Six-Sigma production; and statistical process control (SPC) use the loss function quite effectively. Taguchi, Donald Wheeler and others have some excellent writings on uses of the loss function.

  Madan Gopal Agarwal
Business Consultant, India

Taguchi's Concepts

I would prefer to call them 'concepts' as there are no 'principle(s)' defined under his name.
It started with 'fundamental concepts on how to design and manufacture a reliable and quality product at lowest cost'. Its application is universal given its step-by-step structured approach, be it in new system, product or process design or improving the existing one.
The only thing it demands from practitioners is self-discipline. The rest is provided by the concept itself.

  Iraklis Goniadis, Greece

Consequences of Spotting Errors Later

The Taguchi principle in practice means that the later you spot the error, the more it costs to correct it. This princip...

  Anthony Stephenson
Business Consultant, New Zealand

Taguchi and Cause and Effect Analysis

The above are appropriate comments for Taguchi having heard the original presentation in Stockholm 1985. Sensible link t...

  Walter Plagge, Germany

Taguchi Principle

It means, that every deviation from a target is a loss of quality, even if standards and specifications are met. So good...

Consultant, India

Taguchi Principle

It is about losses that occur when a process deviates from its standard path. The Taguchi Principle says that as the amo...

Manager, Morocco

Taguchi Principle

It's better known as Taguchi method. The diagnostic is based on the variation of the rate signal/nose specific to a give...

Analyst, Iran

Taguchi Method

I think Taguchi methods are concerned with the optimization of product and process before manufacturing, concentrating o...

  James Gaius Ibe
Business Consultant, United States

Taguchi Concept

In practice, the Taguchi approach requires continuous improvement. If quality is defined as meeting customers expectatio...

Manager, Kenya

Taguchi Principle

Is there any relation between the taguchi priciple and Kaizen quality concept?...

CEO, France

Taguchi and Ishikawa Reduce Imperfect Products

Both Taguchi and Ishikawa are generic models to reduce imperfect product or services. To ensure quality, one should cont...

  Dmitry Kosintsev
Manager, Russian Federation

The Taguchi Loss Function

Taguchi is of the opinion that every deviation from the target value causes a loss that (in the eyes of the customer) gr...

  Dmitry Kosintsev
Manager, Russian Federation

Taguchi Philosophy: 7 Points

1. Lack of quality is the total cost for society that is caused by the product after delivery to the customer. 2. Conti...

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands

Relation Between the Taguchi Loss Function and Kaizen

@HesKama: Because Dr. Genichi Taguchi argued that product quality in the eyes of the customer is not an on/off or good/n...


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