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Who is the Grand Poobah of Toyota Production System? The Wizard of Lean? His Royal Eminence of Efficiency? Sure, he had some help, but Taiichi Ohno was the behind-the-scenes master of what is now known as Lean Manufacturing. Time to appreciate a significant quality forbear! Born in China, Mr. Ohno
In this guide, we’ll walk you through the components of a successful Lean Six Sigma training deployment. You'll get the strategy, timeline and tools you need to train your teams and build a culture of Continuous Improvement.For over 25 years, we’ve helped organizations from every industry achieve their goals using
Whether you’re just starting your Lean Six Sigma journey, or you’re in the middle of improving a process, guidance from Experts can help make your efforts easier – and more successful! In this Expert Excerpt, we interview Lean Six Sigma Expert, Pete Pande, who shares key insights to being successful
Hurry up and wait. Service members and veterans throughout the country are likely familiar with this popular saying about the day-to-day life in the military. Most folks that have served would also agree that our Armed Forces would benefit significantly from Lean thinking and application. Fortunately, there are tuition assistance
Are you in Government? Whether you’re just starting your Lean Six Sigma journey, or you’re in the middle of improving a process, guidance from Experts can help make your efforts easier – and more successful! In this short interview, we interview Lean Six Sigma Expert, Tracy O’Rourke, who shares key
Lean manufacturing first became known in the late 1970’s as “Kanban” or “Just-in-Time,” and was often considered a distinctly Japanese approach for dealing with suppliers. Its application beyond Japan was doubtful, but over the years we learned that there was much more to what became known as the Toyota Production