Lean

What is 8D Problem Solving_
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Kaizen
  • Lean
  • Operational Excellence (OPEX)
  • Quality Management System

What is 8D Problem Solving?

The Eight Disciplines (8D) is a problem-solving methodology that aims to find the root causes of defects and problems, produce solutions to recurring problems, and eliminate problems. It is possible to improve quality and reliability with the 8D if a product is defective or does not satisfy the customer. First developed by Ford Motor Company […]

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5 Steps of Lean Manufacturing
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5 Steps of Lean Manufacturing

Lean Manufacturing aims to increase efficiency and minimize waste in the modern business world. Inspired by the Toyota Production System, this approach is based on customer satisfaction and continuous improvement. Lean manufacturing helps businesses reduce costs while increasing operational efficiency and consists of several steps. Lean Manufacturing Steps 1. Value Definition: Value is created by […]

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How to Create a Lean Culture in Your Business_
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Kaizen
  • Lean

How to Create a Lean Culture in Your Business

Contrary to popular belief, lean manufacturing is not just a set of principles and techniques. Training on lean and providing the tools are part of the process. But it is not enough. Managing a truly lean business requires a Lean mindset, and this is only possible by creating a Lean culture. The goal of Lean […]

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What is Value and Waste in Lean Manufacturing_
  • Kaizen
  • Lean

What is Value and Waste in Lean Manufacturing?

In order for a company to gain and maintain a competitive advantage, it needs to be customer-oriented. This is why many businesses today are turning to applying Lean thinking to their business processes. The lean journey of businesses starts with defining value, that is, defining what customers are willing to pay for. In Lean thinking, […]

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What is Muda, Mura, Muri_
  • Kaizen
  • Lean

What is Muda, Mura and Muri?

Muda, mura and muri are referred to as waste and waste in Japanese. In the Toyota production system, waste integrity, which is referred to as the enemies of lean manufacturing, causes disruptions in transaction processes. In general, 3M constitutes the main causes of irregularities and wastes within the plans. Muda (waste), mura (inequality) and muri […]

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  • Continuous Improvement
  • Kaizen
  • Lean

How to Apply the Kanban Method?

Many companies fail to stick to the project plans and deadlines made during the year and end up at the end of the year with unfinished projects, misplaced budgets and far from the intended targets. The main reason for the emergence of such problems is the lack of proper project management. In order to avoid […]

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