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6Sigma

Great Project
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joanna mendoza

on 7 December 2016

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Transcript of 6Sigma

What is Kaizen? Where does it come fro? Who invented it?
Steps
References
Kaizen
Joanna Mendoza
1.Identify an opportunity
2.Analyze the process
3.Develop a favorable solution
4. Perform/Agree upon solution
5.Study results
6.Standardize solution
7.Plan for the future
Kaizen consists on 7 phases
Kaizen is a system that is constantly improving in technology, company culture, productivity, leadership, and safety. It involves every employee; from upper management to the cleaning crew.
Companies associated with Kaizen
Kaizen was created in Japan after the World War 2 (1939-1945).
*Japanese companies: Toyota and Canon
1950s

*Sony's Huge CD Plant In Indiana 1
999
*Aeroquip
1998
*Carlson Craft Business Solutions
2005
*Ford
2003
*Maytag Jackson Dishwashing Products
2004
Its a combination of
*5S system
*elimination of waste
*Visual control
Kaizen is also known as Lean.
http://www.manufacturingnews.com/news/editorials/mitchell.html
http://www.vsrdjournals.com/MBA/Issue/2011_5_May/6_Imran_Ahmad_Khan_Research_Communication_May_2011.pdf
http://www.valuebasedmanagement.net/methods_kaizen.html
The creator of Kaizen was Dr. W.Edwards Deming
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