Kaizen and Quality and Toyota

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Scott Lager
Project Manager, United States

Kaizen and Quality and Toyota

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.

  Mukthar Ahmed
Manager, India
 

Combining Six Sigma, Kaizen and Toyota Manufacturing Methods Into a Hybrid

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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