What is the Taguchi Principle?


 
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What is the Taguchi Principle?
Linda
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?
 

 
Taguchi Principle: Loss Function
Nol Geurts, Interim Manager, Netherlands, Member
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 co...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi Loss Function
jeff stewart, Manager, United States, Member
Is still a sound statistical tool to quantify loss... Or percent fall out. Many companies that practice Lean & Six-Sigma production; and statis...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi's Concepts
Madan Gopal Agarwal, Business Consultant, India, Member
I would prefer to call them 'concepts' as there are no 'principle(s)' defined under his name.
It started with 'fundamental concepts on ...Sign up
 

 
Consequences of Spotting Errors Later
Iraklis Goniadis
The Taguchi principle in practice means that the later you spot the error, the more it costs to correct it. This principle doen't identyfy the ...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi and Cause and Effect Analysis
Anthony Stephenson, Business Consultant, New Zealand, Member
The above are appropriate comments for Taguchi having heard the original presentation in Stockholm 1985. Sensible link to C and E Diagrams. It'...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi Principle
Walter Plagge, Business Consultant, Germany, Member
It means, that every deviation from a target is a loss of quality, even if standards and specifications are met. So good enough may be not good...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi Principle
Varadarajan, Consultant, India, Member
It is about losses that occur when a process deviates from its standard path. The Taguchi Principle says that as the amount of deviation increases,...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi Principle
nabzar, Manager, Morocco, Member
It's better known as Taguchi method. The diagnostic is based on the variation of the rate signal/nose specific to a given system.
Usually when in...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi Method
rofoogar, Analyst, Iran, Member
I think Taguchi methods are concerned with the optimization of product and process before manufacturing, concentrating on quality loss rather t...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi Concept
James Gaius Ibe, Business Consultant, United States, Member
In practice, the Taguchi approach requires continuous improvement. If quality is defined as meeting customers expectations, anything tha...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi Principle
HesKama, Manager, Kenya, Member
Is there any relation between the taguchi priciple and Kaizen quality concept?...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi and Ishikawa Reduce Imperfect Products
GS RADJOU, CEO, France, Member
Both Taguchi and Ishikawa are generic models to reduce imperfect product or services. To ensure quality, one should control before during and after th...Sign up
 

 
The Taguchi Loss Function
Dmitry Kosintsev, Manager, Russian Federation, Member
Taguchi is of the opinion that every deviation from the target value causes a loss that (in the eyes of the customer) grows gradually and progressivel...Sign up
 

 
Taguchi Philosophy: 7 Points
Dmitry Kosintsev, Manager, Russian Federation, Member
1. Lack of quality is the total cost for society that is caused by the product after delivery to the customer.
2. Continues quality improvements ...Sign up
 

 
Relation Between the Taguchi Loss Function and Kaizen
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
@HesKama: Because Dr. Genichi Taguchi argued that product quality in the eyes of the customer is not an on/off or go...Sign up
 

 
 


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