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CPI (the whole process improvement program)


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CPI: Continuous Progress through Process Improvement

CPI uses four very important principles.
- Lean
- Six Sigma
- Theory of Constraints
- Training within Industry

When all four are used together, you can see the difference!!!

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CPI (the whole process improvement program)

  1. 1. Integrating a Culture of Continuous Improvement Training Within Industry Job Instruction Job Methods (Know How)  Develop Standard  Train Each Person (Better Way)  Question Every Detail  Improve Standard Job Relations (Confidence to Proceed) CPI   Encourage Innovation Solve People Problems Continuous Theory of Constraints Process Improvement Six Sigma Reducing Process Variation Constraint Mitigation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Identify the Constraint Exploit the Constraint Subordinate to the Constraint Elevate the System’s Constraint Repeat Step 1, the Constraint has probably moved      Consistent Repeatable Processes Process Design / Redesign Defect Prevention Statistical Analysis Voice of the Customer Charles S. Logan