from Venanzio Figliolino - Caserta Area, Italy

August 2015

    Why Do We Batch?


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    Why Do We Batch?
    August 30, 2015 - Batching issues have a profound influence on the characteristics of any process and substantial gains can be made by properly understanding the dynamics involved. Although we often don’t think about it, we can batch in either quantity of material...

    Kaizen vs Kaikaku


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    Kaizen vs Kaikaku
    August 29, 2015 - Kaikaku is a lean production term that means radical change, transformation, a revolution. It means radical overhaul of an activity to eliminate all waste (muda in Japanese) and create greater value. It is a rapid and radical change process.

Venanzio Figliolino

Founder of Lean Six Sigma University - seeking for new challenge

Management engineer with 15+ years of experiences in multinational companies, employed in different roles but with common goals: Continuos Improvement, processes standardization, processes optimization and cost reduction.
I'm trainer and consultant about Lean & Six Sigma methodologies, I love to help organizations to improve their performances in terms of times/costs/defects/spaces reductions.
I love to experiment new approaches to comunicate, for transfering the information and not just for their transmission .
I founded Lean Six Sigma University & Community, two synergic projects developed for creating a common place where learn and divulgate knowledges about Lean and Six Sigma methodologies applied to different ambits.
The application of Lean & Six Sigma methods are not simply methods learned and applied, this is a cultural change.