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Do you have a hidden factory? Do you know employees who always have time to do it over but never time to get it right? Did you know organizations waste up to 40% of their capacity this way? Well, raise a glass to the quality guru who championed the capture of inspection and rework costs. Lucky for us Dr. Fiegenbaum

Hoshin Kanri (aka Policy Deployment) where “hoshin” means “compass needle” and “kanri” means “management,” is the process of ensuring that organizational strategy results in relevant priorities supported throughout the organization. The technique of “Catchball” ensures involvement and input for goal setting at every level of the organization from leadership to employees and back again to leadership.

TQC is a concept created by quality guru, Armand Feigenbaum, in the 1950s. He maintained that quality was not just the job of engineers or confined to production. TQC holds that every part of the company has to work in a coordinated way to serve the user or customer.

Total Quality Control is a concept created by quality guru, Armand Feigenbaum, in the 1950s. He maintained that quality was not just the job of engineers or confined to production. TQC holds that every part of the company has to work in a coordinated way to serve the user or customer.

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