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Recommended Bibliography for Reference Quality Improvement

1. STATISTICAL METHODS FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, Hitoshi Kume, Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship, ISBN 4-906224-34-2 C0034, 1985 (1st published) – Good basic book on the methods of quality improvement. We handed out thousands of these at FPL. Has one of the best descriptions of process improvement steps wrapped up into the QC Story (Chapter 10). 2. OUT OF THE CRISIS, W. Edwards Deming, MIT Center for Advanced Engineering Study, ISBN 0-911379-01-0, 1991 (14th Printing) – Still probably the best overall treatment of the late Dr. Deming’s philosophy and practice. Get used to clipped sentences and other funny writing habits, though. It’s best to warm up to Deming by reading the next reference first.

Six Sigma Approach Framework

Six Sigma Success Factors

Six sigma is a process of gradual improvement and continuous based on the survey that focused on customer demand which is the highest quality standards in manufacturing business. Customer request form is then implemented in product design and production in the production area. If in the production of goods do not meet the standards expected of consumers it must be in the review, in the redesign and production again to produce a product that really fit with customer demand. Six sigma for improvement cycle is deceptively simple, but in practice will make busy the entire plant. Starting from the cleaning service, machine operators to top management. All should earnestly perform the appropriate production orders with the main objective, which is presenting the best quality according to customer needs.

Storage space and Product Variations

To reduce the level of preparation of a warehouse, warehouse space size should be minimized. Nevertheless, the situation with Kanban JIT production system is currently considered the need for a number of stocks in the warehouses of spare parts made by the previous process. The reason is: 1. When the system is taking a fixed amount and the cycle does not remain in use, the former should have a number of stocks of spare parts so to adjust to the scheduling decision is not necessarily time. With this system, the scheduling of the retrieval time is not necessarily due to fluctuations in demand in foreign markets. 2. When the system is fixed and the numbers of retrieval cycles used are not fixed, the former should have some preparation to adjust to the number of shots that are not fixed by the next process. Again, with this system, the number of shots because of the behavior of white fluctuating customer demand.