5S is a Japanese methodology for workplace organization and it implies Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize and Sustain. This video gives quick learning of 5S including the objective of 5S implementation and the meaning of each individual ‘S’.
Six Sigma is a business improvement methodology to address the variation of the process. Lean management reduces the generation of waste in the process. Check out the videos here to understand the concept of lean, the evolution of lean thinking, and the pillars of Toyota production system. The concept of Six Sigma, Six Sigma Scale, Six Sigma DMAIC, & Financial Gain at Different Sigma Level. Understand the difference between Lean and Six Sigma on the basis of definition, application, focus, waste and tools being used by Lean and Six Sigma.
All 7 quality control tools such as Process flow chart, Checksheet, Histogram, Pareto chart, Cause and effect diagram, Scatter chart, and Control charts are well explained one by one in a detailed manner to learn the concept and application of every tool in total quality management, and other continuous improvement methodologies for problem solving, quality improvement and data analytics.
7 QC Tools are known as the 7 basic quality control tools. 7 QC tools can be used to improve the product and process quality. 7 qc tools help to reduce the cost of poor quality. 7 qc tools play a vital in implementation of different continuous improvement methodologies such kaizen, Quality Control Circle, FMEA, Process Capability Analysis, SPC, FMEA, PPAP, APQP, PDCA or PDSA, lean six sigma, problem solving, lean manufacturing, etc. The 7 different quality tools are named as; Process flow chart, Check sheet, Histogram, Pareto Chart, Cause and effect diagram, Scatter chart, and control charts.
The new 7 QC tools or 7 management development tools, unlike the fundamental 7 QC tools help to analyze the qualitative data and improve the management skills. All New 7 QC Tools such as Affinity diagram, Interrelationship digraph, Tree diagram, Matrix diagram, Prioritization matrix, Process decision and program chart (PDPC) and Activity network diagram are well explained in a very detailed manner to learn the concept and application of each tool in total quality management and other continuous improvement methodology for problem solving and quality improvement.
The five modules of '5S' give a detailed explanation of how to improve the workplace quality using 'Sort', 'Set in Order', 'Shine', 'Standardization' and 'Sustain' and reduce the wastes in the process to make the process faster and better.
Descriptive Statistics is the application of statistical tools and techniques to business problems and serves as the science of decision making in case of uncertainty. Check out the videos in this playlist; Measures of central tendency, calculation of mean, median and mode for the individual, discrete and continuous data using direct, shortcut and step-deviation method. Calculation of partition values; quartiles, deciles, and percentiles. Calculation of skewness and kurtosis.