The Japan Study Mission Team learns the power of keeping the rope tight. Are you holding to your standards?
Paul Akers find the perfect example to explain poka-yoke: any mechanism in any process that helps an equipment operator avoid (yokeru) mistakes (poka). Its purpose is to eliminate product defects by preventing, correcting, or drawing attention to human errors as they occur. If you like this video, give it a thumbs up & subscribe to our channel.
Paul Akers takes us along as he visits a Toto manufacturing plant, a stop on the Japan Study Mission. For more information on the Japan Study Mission, go to this page.
Paul Akers spends time at a Japanese Onsen and explains the process for the Japan Study Mission Team. It not too early to sign up for the Japan Study Mission in November. In fact, Team 30 (Nov 4-9) only has 4 spots left and Team 31 (Nov11-16) only has 10 spots left. Press here for more information.
Steffen shares how Lean and the Japan Study Mission changed his life. For more information on the Japan Study Mission, go to this page.
Being mindful at Daihatsu Kyushu. For more information on the Japan Study Mission, go to this page.
Are you holding the rope tight and taking responsibility for your actions?
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From last week’s Japan Study Mission. Powerful stuff!
The Japan Study Mission Team 28 were privileged to visit Hoks. What an incredible opportunity to learn from the best!