Workers immersed in a process look for potential improvements.
There’s no need for heroes when you tap into the knowledge on the plant floor.
There are several methodologies for a range of applications.
Identifying waste is easy, the challenge lies in engaging everyone to apply the tools
Applying basic principals such as 5S+1 leads to productivity improvements.
Set up tools as runners, repeaters and strangers to save time and effort.
Fresh eye of new employees, suppliers, sales reps and customers are always the best to question or confirm the effectiveness of processes.
Make it easier and less stressful for your customer to do business with you.
A new McDonald’s employee is taught to never be idle. If there’s a lull, start cleaning. The same principle applies in your place.
The 450,000 square-foot plant will streamline production using data, analytics and software.
How to subdue it with formal problem solving.
A journey in five steps.
CEOs tell their success stories.
You could be committing Kamikaze Kaizen.
Japanese term refers to “where the work is being done.”