Focused Improvement and Tools

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This 2 day training program gives the participant the skills to use the different tools to analyze production problems, plot out the root causes of these problems and derive the needed actions to effect improvement. The training is conducted in the environment of Lean Manufacturing and stresses the principles of continuous improvement to achieve competitive advantage.

Successful companies use The 7 QC Tools and the 7 New Tools to keep a firm hand on their production costs and quality service levels. These tools were developed by Kaoru Ishikawa, a renowned quality expert from Japan. The Focused Improvement: 7 QC Tools and 7 New Tools Seminar goes one step higher and teaches the participants the proper use of these tools and how to use the QC story board to present the results to their customers and upper management.

Companies today need to have simple and effective analytical tools at hand as well as the skilled and trained staff to use these tools. This training program aims to give the participant the skills to use the different quality control tools to analyze production problems, plot out the root causes of these problems and derive the needed actions to effect improvement and apply a systematic approach to problem-solving.

The training is conducted in the environment of Lean Manufacturing and stresses the principles of continuous improvement to achieve competitive advantage. The participant will be immersed in the ways of Kaizen, the Deming tips and 6-SIGMA imperatives. These Focused Improvement disciplines and structure will drive your team/s towards desired levels of excellence. The participant will learn how to use the 7 QC tools and the 7 New Tools, how they are used to communicate, review and monitor, and utilizing inter-creative ways of ideation to shape up an implementation plan.