Being Excellent is just no longer good enough!
Who was excellent yesterday can be out of date tomorrow…Because ‘excellence’ is improving every day!
It is our challenge to become excellent in improving.
Only those who can improve faster than the changing environment, can become excellent and stay excellent!
This site wants to give you find answers HOW.
Who remembers the companies, described as ‘Excellent’in 1982?
Without a solid Continuous Improvement Program, success is a temporary situation…
Continuous Improvement Programs
The “art, science and craft of making things.” It It encompasses the technical and social aspects of a production system and takes a systemic approach to continuously improve both technical and social aspects. It was setup in 1998, by the Japanese Prime Minister’s Office.
World Class Manufacturing
First used by Richard Schönberger in 1986. attempting to theoretically combine several earlier improvement strategies.
Its core lies in the idea that all the earlier mentioned approaches should be united and performance should be achieved through quality, reliability flow and cost improvement.