Effective Process Improvement: Developing Poka-Yoke Processes - Despite the widespread availability of procedures for process improvement, far too many improvement efforts result in processes that cannot consistently deliver the desired results. In this article the authors introduce a method for poka-yoke process improvement -- Improved processes for which the desired results are inevitable. The ...
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