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What do you know about Sakichi Toyoda? Did you know he was born on Valentine’s Day? That he started out in the textile business? That he came up with the 5 Whys root cause guessing game? Oh, and that he founded Toyota Industries Company!? Born in Japan, Mr. Toyoda was an inventor and an industrialist known primarily for being the

More and more leaders are using Lean Six Sigma to achieve their goals. From Government to the Fortune 500 and every industry in between, they’re all realizing the potential of this practical problem-solving methodology.

Here are our top picks for Lean Six Sigma success stories and news from around the web for the week of January 4, 2016. The Dallas CPE: Planning, Management and Continuous Improvement Enhance Service Delivery The city of Dallas, Texas integrated five different management tools under one umbrella to create a better overall customer experience and performances. Lean Six Sigma, benchmarking and

You may already know that Lean creates value for customers by eliminating waste. But did you also know that Lean can create value in your daily and personal life by helping you to recognize what’s a waste of your time and to help you be more productive? Leading organizations use Lean as a management system to decrease costs and engage

summary Summary Template What are the 5 Whys? 5 Whys is a simple but effective method of analyzing and solving problems by asking “why” five times, or as many times as needed, in order to move past symptoms and determine root cause. This approach is used in tandem with Cause & Effect or Fishbone Diagrams. To learn more about the 5 Whys,

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