(Cell production tutor2u Business, N.D.) Kaizen Kaizen means continual improvement. It focuses on constantly looking for better more efficient ways to perform tasks while still getting the job done. Once you’ve created and implemented a more efficient way of doing something you start working on a new way to make the current process even more efficient. This is an ongoing process of improvement developed by the Japanese in the 1940’s. (CfA Captioned Video Player, N.D.) Total Quality Management(TQM) A Kaizen style of quality control management where all employees try to consistently improve work conditions and processes. It is a team effort to keep improving processes, services, and work culture. (Lean Thinking and Methods – Kaizen, 2016, Nov 30) Just in Time Just in time is a process of getting stock needed for a production line as it’s needed. Once a customer orders a product the materials needed to produce the product are ordered, delivered, and assembled for the customer. Doing this eliminates the need for extra inventory that may not ever be used, and helps cut down on paying for extra storage space. This kind of management can be very effective if managed correctly. (Competitive advantage through efficiency An Aldi case study, N.D.) It’s my belief that the Kaizen style of lean production management is what should be implemented to Comcast technician work distribution. Implementing this style of management along with creating and using a routing software will greatly increase
You've reached the end of your free preview.
Want to read all 4 pages?
- Fall '15
- Dr. Petroy
- Business, Comcast