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Continuous improvement is a very interesting universe where we think that there is always more than one way to take to optimize the operation of a company without taking our eyes off the satisfaction of our customers who are our main reference in the market. Let’s dive into this interesting panorama and expand some core […] Read more

The success of a project depends on the way in which activities are carried out and the controls applied to them during their development. So that the resulting deliverables contemplate the quality necessary for the implementation in the established time. For this reason, technology management considers that it is necessary to use a methodology that […] Read more

Organizations have evolved over time. Evolving from an era where persons were viewed as cogs in an industrial machine, the overall current organizational ethos is that everything matters in the journey to customer satisfaction. The customer is always king. Industrial competition supplies customers with more choices, at prices they can afford. This is the true […] Read more

Identifying Production Value & Waste From flow charts to process maps and resource schedules, there are plenty of methods for planning and tracking business processes, assigning resources, and tracking the availability of resources. Among these daily operations, there are bound to be imperfections and errors, however, that lead to waste of time, resources, materials, and […] Read more

The value stream mapping is a tool that helps us to see and understand a process and identify its waste. It allows to detect sources of competitive advantage, helps to establish a common language among all users and communicates ideas for improvement. Focus on the use of a plan prioritizing improvement efforts. A value flow […] Read more

We can start this article explaining in a very simple way LEAN Operations, we can define it as a management model focused on the creation of flow to be able to deliver the maximum value for the clients, using for it the minimum and necessary resources. Where the creation of flow focuses on the reduction […] Read more

Lean and Six Sigma Activities consist of a feedback loop. When primary objectives are set into place by the critical organizational team, metrics are implemented to ensure that pre-determined targets are being met within a suitable range. Occasionally, from data analysis of a process, it may be identified that a critical parameter is off target […] Read more

Agile Project Management can be executed in a myriad of ways. As the world becomes more digital, and the drive towards bringing product to market in a faster manner accelerates – many of the marker and whiteboard approaches to the iterative product development life cycle, have shifted towards digital media to facilitate the same thing. […] Read more

As the world becomes more competitive, it is increasingly important to ensure that systems and improvement projects are well managed. Organizations will always be involved in activities geared towards gaining them a competitive advantage, and projects are the means via which this cutting or bleeding edge is accomplished. Over time, various project management styles have […] Read more

The KATA Process Improvement is a systematic method that facilitates standardized process improvement. Invented by the Japanese, it is a means via which the scientific method can be applied to a process in order to solve critical problems in a logical manner. The ultimate result is an improvement in process effectiveness, based on a chosen […] Read more

LEAN Engineering is a work philosophy, based on people, that defines the way to improve and optimize a production system focusing on identifying and eliminate all kinds of “waste”, defined these as those processes or activities that use more resources than strictly necessary. Identify several types of “waste” that are observed in production: overproduction, time […] Read more

Z-SCORE BACKGROUND In any normal process operation, there will be a natural variation of data points around a central or mean value. In control and capable processes, usually have their data points varying within a tightly controlled upper and lower limit range about a pre-identified process mean, based on design calculations. If data points trend […] Read more