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Goldilocks is a great source for guidance on A3 problem-solving. With the goal of getting the approach “just right” it’s critical to assess the kinds

Kaizen Charter? Knowledge Capture? Project Tracker? Posting Board? A3s have grown beyond their roles as problem-solving staples. They’ve expanded and staked out a richer domain

Dr. Deming was amazing, but who was his teacher? Who produced the PDCA Cycle? Who conceived of Statistical Process Control? The modest man behind the

Toyota’s 8 Steps for Practical Problem Solving are rooted in Walter Shewhart‘s (and Dr. Deming‘s) PDCA Cycle (Plan Do Check Act). Toyota expanded on “Plan”

“Don’t rule by fear,” “Stop inspection,” “Remove silos” and “Clarify your purpose.” Dr. Deming’s principles are as applicable today as they were when he was

The following elaborates on the infographic above: PDCA stands for Plan-Do-Check-Act, and is a cyclical method for continuous improvement of processes. Plan: Create a process

PDCA is a four-step methodology for problem-solving. PDCA stands for Plan Do Check Act/Adjust. It can also stand for Plan Do Study Act. This methodology

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