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Quality will Lead to Lower Costs

Posted in Lean Manufacturing

Quality products are usually expensive. Assumption that the quality synonymous with expensive, is not entirely true. There is a correlation between the high cost of production with high quality. Inspections are layered, with rigorous quality control involves many personnel and control equipment, which is expected to create a product that actually qualified. The cost to support it is not little. How many inspection staff should be deployed, how many control devices should be installed and so on.

In the modern enterprises are still many ways to deliver a quality product, with jointly build lean enterprise system and savings in all areas of well-organized and patterned. This is the concept of lean manufacturing is undertaken by international companies and builds a company with a clear vision and sustained. Not only momentary gain, but rather the continuous development of the company’s global market.

Management support in the implementation of LeanSigma

Posted in Improvement, Lean Manufacturing, and Lean Six Sigma

Implementation of Lean-Sigma Enterprise System requires a cross functional management relating to the coordination of activity units (integrated enterprise) for the realized cross-functional goals and policies regarding the dissemination of Lean-Sigma implementation along the value stream.

Value Stream is defined as the process to create, produce, and deliver products to market. For the manufacture of goods, value stream includes raw material suppliers, manufacturing and assembly, and distribution network to the user’s goods. For the service (service), value stream consists of suppliers, support personnel and technology, producer services, and service distribution channels. While cross-functional team is defined as a collection of people from various departments who are assigned to specific tasks such as the implementation of new systems, etc.