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Conditional Requirements in Quality Measurement

Some of the conditions necessary to support quality measurement that is valid is: 1. Measurements should start at the beginning of the program. 2. Quality measurements performed on the system as a whole. Starting from the idea uncuk made ​​products until the end use of the product. 3. Quality measurement should include all individuals involved in the process. Since the measurement of quality-oriented work processes, responsibilities should be the quality of the measurements on each individual involved in the process of working on the system. 4. Measurements should be able to bring up the data, where the data will be shown or displayed in the form of maps, diagrams, charts, statistical calculations, and others. 5. Measuring quality produce information – the headline should have been recorded without distortion, which means to be accurate. 6. It needs a thorough commitment to performance measurement and quality improvement. 7. Program – measurement and quality improvement program should

Term of Q-MATCH

Besides the notion of quality as mentioned previous articles, the quality can also be defined as everything that determines customer satisfaction and efforts to change the direction of continuous improvement so that the technical term is: Q-MATCH (Quality = Meets Agreed Terms and Changes). Based on the definition of quality, both conventional and more strategic, we may state that basically refers to the quality of basic terms: • The quality of the product consists of a number of features, either directly or privilege of attractive features that meet the desires of customers and thereby provide satisfaction for the use of the product. • The quality of everything that is free from deficiencies or damage.

The three main pillars of the Toyota Production System

By considering the house of Toyota, it appears that Toyota management system aims to achieve the Quality, Cost Delivery, through shortening the production flow and eliminate waste. To achieve these objectives Toyota management system has three main pillars, namely: A. JIT (just-in Time), which is basically intended to produce the necessary units in the required amount at the time it takes. 2. Human Resources, It is the main pillar that must be nurtured and held intensive and regular training to produce the human resource that is sensitive to change and able to innovate for continuous improvement. In addition, the resources are intended to improve performance and lean culture spread to all member companies. 3. Built-In Quality-Jidoka, Build quality should be carried out continuously and continuous through the automation of the machine, making the surgical procedure that does not allow an error occurs, control systems are adequate to assist the system in order not to get out of the exist

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CAP-DO Cycle to Improve an Existing Product

CAP-DO is used as a factory / company has been producing and marketing the product to the customer. And its customers had been stable, the production process, delivery and service to the customer is already running. The first step of the method is a CAP-DO CHECK, performance of the product or service, based on the gap that occurred on the issue of quality, price, service, delivery or safety characteristic. And this will be analyzed in the relevant processes and production starts with the inspection in the variable. Then if it is in the Check and find the root of the problem and then solving the second picture is the ACT to amend or fix the errors or deficiencies exist. Then forwarded to the Plan to plan remedial measures based on the results of “Check” before. With this plan we know is made as effective planning and changes made to the improvement.