Operational Excellence is the product of a multidisciplinary approach implemented at all levels of a manufacturing business. Achieving, improving upon, and sustaining Operational Excellence includes both people and process strategies working in tandem. This approach can drive new sales, retain current sales, create or retain jobs, spur new investment and lead to considerable cost savings.
Provide employees with Six Sigma training, a comprehensive leadership program that equips them with logical, objective methods to identify, measure, and eliminate sudden or ongoing problems.
This Improvement Kata/”J” Series Training is for companies that want to take their application of Lean principles to a systematic, quantifiable competency. Develop the mindset, behaviors and cultural focus that assists with achieving and maintaining operational excellence within your company.
Through shared learning with companies facing similar challenges, user group members develop and implement strategies for improved decision making and process improvement.
The Cash Flow Analysis provides a model that helps you look at payroll, accounts receivable, and accounts payable through the lens of concise data and not emotion.
Struggling with delayed product launches or product recalls due to quality issues? Receive training on a variety of core tools that support the development of your employees' abilities to prevent quality issues from happening, and to address them when they do.
Often referred to as "design for manufacturability," 3P rapidly creates and validates potential production and process designs that require the least time, material and capital resources. 3P typically results in products with less complexity that are easier to manufacture with built-in quality.
GD&T is an international language used on business documents and drawings to accurately communicate what is happening in the picture without using words. The language is made up well-defined symbols, rules, definitions and conventions used to describe an object's geometric qualities.
A quality management system is a collection of business processes focused on consistently meeting customer requirements and enhancing their satisfaction. It is expressed as the organizational structure, policies, procedures, processes and resources needed to implement quality management.
User group participants receive professional guidance in the field of Quality Engineering and Quality Systems implementation, targeting increased ideation and potential solutions in a roundtable-style environment.