Problem Solving


Kaizen is a Japanese term that translates to “improvement” or “change for the better.” It is a philosophy and a way of life that emphasizes continuous improvement in all areas. The Kaizen philosophy is based on the idea that small, incremental changes can lead to big improvements over time. The origins of Kaizen can be traced back to post-World War II Japan, where it was implemented in manufacturing companies to improve efficiency and quality. The…

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Process Excellence

Total Productive Maintenance

Introduction Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is a maintenance strategy involving all employees in maintaining and improving equipment performance. It was first developed by the Japanese manufacturing company Nippondenso in the 1970s and has since been adopted by many organizations worldwide. The goal of TPM is to optimize equipment performance by involving all employees in the maintenance process and continuously improving the equipment’s efficiency and effectiveness. Background TPM is based on the idea that equipment is…

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