The Consequences of Not Doing Jidoka

The Consequences of Not Doing Jidoka

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The Consequences of Not Doing Jidoka

Jidoka is very popular with the product quality inspectors, who check items at the end of the production process. That’s because Jidoka ensures that a defect is identified and corrected immediately and not at the end of the process. This, therefore, reduces the pressure on a process engineers relying on final inspection. So what happens if you don’t employ Jidoka? Here are four consequences of not doing so: 1) Risk of Overproduction Take a factory not using the Toyota Production System. The...

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By: Tim McMahon
Posted: March 15, 2017, 10:00 am

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