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Quality management of Japanese enterprises

naiichi Ono, who is famous for creating TPS (Toyota production mode), said the same thing as rongsaburo Nishiki, who is famous for quality management in Japan. The content is "do not regard the present as the best" and "improvement activities are to deny the status quo". The book written by yoshizaburo nishihari contains some references to blocks of value, which should be free of damage and cracks

this yoshizaburo nishibari is known as the founder of quality management in Japanese schools, so he is a celebrity related to quality management in Japan. Statistical quality management was introduced from the United States, and won the Deming Award for its achievements in popularizing the quality management of Japanese schools to the whole country

after the war, when engaged in quality management in Japan, I learned statistical quality management in the United States. However, there are still some limitations in the practice of "American School". Therefore, he believes that it seems inappropriate to introduce the quality management of American schools into Japan in this way, so he considers creating Japanese quality management. On the other hand, the same situation as that in the United States was also seen in the former textile mills in Japan. Here, too, from the beginning, the winder only wound the thread, the weaver only knitted the cloth, and the inspector only checked. It was very clear. Therefore, everyone feels that as long as they can complete their own work, they will not be complained. This production line is the same as that seen in the United States before

therefore, when introducing statistical quality management into Japanese enterprises, Mr. nishihari took into account that he should trust operators more and implement the management of trusting operators. To arouse the conscience of operators, we must let them work hard to produce good products from the beginning. To this end, the test instruments are issued to the operators to check their own products. So far, operators have such a knot of distrust in their hearts. They always think that "inspectors will only complain about what we have done with difficulty". However, this time, it will be self inspection, so that you will be responsible for the things you make (this is a bit like the current "one person cell production method"). This makes everyone have a sense of pride in being trusted, and gradually inject strength into manufacturing. Of course, the quality has gradually improved. However, the operator cannot complete all the inspections, so someone is still needed to assist in the inspection. This is what xihori called "surrogate inspection" and instructed people to consider that "the work that should have been completed by the operator itself is being completed by others for themselves". By doing so, we will no longer carry out "groundless manufacturing, and will generate gratitude to the personnel who assisted in completing the inspection". By doing so, we can figure out how to solve the problem of trapped oil in the testing machine? Build a good foundation for team work. It is said that this is the idea of "relying on trust management" and "doing it together through everyone's strength". However, in Japan at that time (just after the war), the Taylor system imported from the United States was the mainstream, so this idea was difficult to understand

this is the introduction background of Japanese quality management of xihori school. This is based on what Japan should do and what it should do in line with the actual situation of Japan. And this is to follow the theory of good nature. This method of thinking may not be suitable for any country. However, I believe that the above consideration method at least has a good reference for many of our companies

"rely on trust management", "do it together through everyone's strength", "integrate quality into the process", "outflow prevention" and a series of ideas, I think some of which have begun to penetrate in the current fxsl bit by bit. For example, in the production lines of some world-class manufacturing companies, there is a system of "all employees are inspectors". This is to prevent the problem from flowing to the next process. This is the same idea as the above concept

today's most advanced quality ideas are embodied in some world-class enterprises that are the two most common types of touch button operation. However, many of our companies, including many multinational companies with excellent performance, still have great deficiencies in quality management. The concept of "relying on trust management", "doing it together through everyone's strength", "integrating quality into the process" and "outflow prevention" is an idea. Now, we are glad that some excellent enterprises have turned these ideological things into substantive management methods, which we can fully refer to and learn. And the real establishment of such a management system is the competitiveness that other enterprises cannot replicate. (end)

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