The way of "KAIZEN"
using Ppeople's Power
The way of "Innovation"
using Capital & Outside Power
Technical Design Corporation
7-1, Narihira 5-Chome, Sumida-Ku, Tokyo (130-0002), Japan
TEL 03-3624-9428 ＦＡＸ 03-3624-9435
E-mail : K.Katakura@techdsn.com
Step by Step Improvement using People's Power
without big investment.
Overview of "KAIZEN" phases
||for AV Chart||for R Chart|
Parameter Table for AV-R Chart Design
Control Chart (Example)
Aims of "ControlChart"
|1. Autonomous Quality Control.|
|2. Assuring Product Quality at the time.|
|3. Immediate action taking at the time
for both the product and the process.
|4. Develop/keep operative's motivation..|
|5. Improve the process condition
using step by step and PDCA cycle.
Operatives have potential to improve.
1. Every operative knows every detail of the situation in work-shop,
and every operative knows what's wrong, what's real problem and what's better.
2. Every operative wants to be developped and to have satisfaction on his/her work.
3. Every operative wants to improve his/her work place and his/her work.
Operatives will perform to improve as a team.
1. Operatives will be motivated through two way communications with bottom-up policy.
2. Operatives will be developped through OJT (on the job training).
3. Operatives will be working with care and thinking through 5S program.
4. Operatives will perform together as a team through 5S program.
5. SQC tools will accelerate improvement activities and optimization of the process.
6. Continuous improvement will be developped with TQM/TQC concept.
1. Quality stabilization makes process stabilization.
2. Less wastage & more productivity will be realized following quality stabilization.
3. Quality level will make market demand more.
1.. Keeping clean and tidy to ensure the work/process condition.
2. Standardization and putting everything in to order.
3. Eliminating 3M.
Muri (Over capacity, over load and difficulties)
Muda (Waste of time, space, materials, movements and so on)
Mura (Un-stable, poor planning, missmuching, un-balance and so on)
4. Changing to increase the efficiency.
from difficult access to easy access.
from long distance to short distance.
from slow movement to quick movement.
from complicate to simple.