How to create built-in quality for your product

Step 1: Identify customer or regulatory institutions quality requirements

In the midst of a quality training on what is a good bead in the eyes of our customers

Step 2: Identify abnormalities during a production process (Jidoka)

Most of the storage containers were dirty thus we did a clean up exercise for all of them.

Step 3: Build an environment to avoid errors (poka-yoke)

It’s so nice to see a high quality clutch which is named “Ugandan News”.

Step 4: Continuously improve!

Wet beads were often touching each other thus resulting in a bad part.

Step 5: Last but not least, don’t underestimate new joiner on-boarding

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Digital Transformation Consultant at Schuberg Philis and blogger at https://nainyte.com/

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Digital Transformation Consultant at Schuberg Philis and blogger at https://nainyte.com/

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