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Kaizen and Quality and Toyota
Scott Lager, Project Manager, United States, Member
Small incremental changes in quality can be accomplished through solid statistical analysis. Through the use of p-charts and other variable control charts a narrowing of the upper and lower limits incrementally can bring about long term kaikaku, I believe it's best for a company not to limit itself to either Six Sigma or Kaizen or Toyota manufacturing methods but to combine into a hybrid that suits your particular company.
 

 
Combining Six Sigma, Kaizen and Toyota Manufacturing Methods Into a Hybrid
Mukthar Ahmed, Manager, India, Member
Great idea. Unless you measure anything, you will not know the benefits and you will not be motivated to further improve.
I'd like to know more about P-charts and variable charts. Can you share some more info... Thank you.
 

     

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