The Genesis of Quality Circles

Many of the older generation would recollect that not very long ago, the Japanese industries were not reputed for the quality of their goods,...
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Lean Do’s and Don’ts

Implementing Lean, or any change initiative is difficult. If it wasn’t, everyone would be doing it, and they’re not. Lean is not easy. It's not...

Best wishes from Dr.Kaoru Ishikawa – the Father of Quality Circles

Prof. Ishikawa does not need any introduction. He is known the world over as the Father of Quality Circles. QCFI is indeed grateful to...

Introduction of Quality Circle in India

IT is also known to most of us that Quality Circle was first introduced by BHEL, Ramachandrapuram in 1980 in India and hence they...

The Characteristics of a Lean Enterprise

While Lean can be beneficially applied to any process within an organization, its greatest benefit comes when it is applied across the enterprise. In...
Behaviour Based Safety

Behaviour Based Safety And Its Relevance to Work Place Management

-Mr. R. Srinivasan Consultant & Sr. Faculty, QCFI-HQ In today's industrial world, the management challenging job, all of us realize as how to get people...

5S and its implementation steps towards Total Quality Management

Did you know that the world’s leading aerospace company, Boeing, pursues 5S as a world class strategy to improve efficiency? And so do many others...

10 Things to Avoid During a Kaizen

Kaizen is the Japanese name for continuous improvement. While Kaizen is really about improvement involving everyone everyday it is often associated with a structured...

QCFI Hyderabad Chapter Launches 5-S in Telangana State Government Schools

During the past 6 months, Hyderabad Chapter had been taking very concentrated and conscious steps to propagate 5S in Schools. In this effort, it...