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How Does Lean Compare with Six Sigma and TOC?

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    Sam
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    How do we compare lean with six sigma and theory of constraints in terms of quality and continuous improvement?

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    #200892

    MBBinWI
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    @sk11243 – very favorably.

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    #200895

    Katie Barry
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    @sk11243 It appears that you did not search the site before posting your question. I suggest you start there.

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    #200902

    MBBinWI
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    @sk11243 n- maybe weigh them?

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    #200907

    Chris Seider
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    TOC isn’t considered a quality improvement technique typically BUT sometimes it’s analysis finds quality issues are a constraint.

    Lean and Six Sigma work well together for quality and CI (continuous improvement).

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    #200911

    Nathan flowers
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    That was a good one, actually many process change techniques seem to strife with each other or possibly make light of the commitment of different strategies. This montage of devices and methods of insight makes the dream of clashing methodologies
    Six Sigma guarantees that concentrating on diminished of variety will take care of process and business issues. By utilizing an arrangement of factual apparatuses to comprehend the vacillation of a procedure, administration can start to anticipate the normal result of that procedure. On the off chance that the result is not agreeable, related apparatuses can be utilized to additionally comprehend the components impacting that procedure.
    Theory of constraints concentrates on framework change. A framework is characterized as a progression of associated procedures. A similarity for a framework is the chain: a gathering of reliant connections cooperating toward the general objective. The requirement is a powerless connection.
    Incline deduction is here and there called incline fabricating, the Toyota generation framework or different names. Incline concentrates on the expulsion of waste, which is characterized as anything not important to deliver the item or administration.
    Qualitative and quantitative research are two different areas, How to balance and combine qualitative and quantitative research? Help me on this?
    Utilizing a mix of qualitative and quantitative information can enhance an assessment by guaranteeing that the restrictions of one sort of information are adjusted by the qualities of another. This will guarantee that understanding is enhanced by incorporating distinctive methods for knowing. Most assessments will gather both quantitative information and subjective information, in any case it is vital to arrange ahead of time how these will be joined.
    There are circumstances where one can plainly distinguish whether quantitative or subjective strategies are required. For instance, quantitative apparatuses would positively be required in the event that you are attempting to evaluate a specific issue or see how predominant it is by anticipating results to a bigger populace.
    Then again, subjective instruments are required in an exploratory period of research when you are not exactly beyond any doubt what is required or how to approach the issue.

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    #200914

    MBBinWI
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    @cseider – of course TOC is a quality improvement technique. If you don’t know where the constraint is, other improvements will be for naught.

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    #200955

    Chris Seider
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    We disagree but I’m sure it’s by semantics @MBBinWI

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