Lean manufacturing first began at the Toyota factory in Japan and it is now one of the most talked about concepts in the field of manufacturing. So, what does lean quality manufacturing mean?
Lean quality management entails putting maximum focus on customers and treating them as the most important part of a business. This method strives to achieve the twin goals of minimizing waste and maximizing value. The idea is to assign more value to those products that customers pay for. Everything else is treated as a waste and eliminated from the process of manufacturing process.
Synergy Resources feels that it is incumbent upon us to let you know how the need for lean manufacturing was felt in the first place. There are two aims of this new marketing cum manufacturing approach – Firstly, strive for customer satisfaction and secondly, do the same in a profitable way. Every aspect of lean manufacturing is concerned with these two aims and customer satisfaction is given the most importance.
In the Lean Quality management model, anything that doesn’t offer value to the customer is cast off as useless. Unless and until customers insist on the inclusion of that something specifically, lean manufacturing eliminates it, resulting in the increasing efficiency throughout all processes. Sometimes Companies act hastily using lean principles without consideration of customer needs. This can cause a change that can best be described as unwarranted. Therefore, it is important that the question “why” is asked before the implementation of any lean principles. The lean manufacturing experts at Synergy Resources, devise effective strategies avoiding these potential mistakes.
Often, managers act hastily and use lean principles in a business application without bothering to take the customer needs into consideration. This causes a change that can best be described as unwarranted. Therefore, it is important that the question “why” is asked before the implementation of a lean principle. The lean manufacturing consultants working for Synergy Resources avoid making this mistake and they are smart enough to first devise an effective strategy.
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