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Productivity/Throughput Increase Methods
Reduce Downtime: Increase Capacity One of the greatest sources of downtime in food processing is the time it takes to setup for the next production run. A proven technique to help you reduce Setup Time is the Single Minute Exchange of Dies...
Author:Jim Azumano, Jeff Kuechle
Transition Management Fuels Innovation By Jim Azumano and Jeff Kuechle “The difference between a vision and a hallucination,” says corporate change expert Terry Paulson, “is the number of people who see it.” Encouraging innovation is a...
Reducing Product Give Away: Back to Basics by Jim Seufert Are your customers getting more than they pay for – literally? Many food processors give away thousands of dollars of perfectly good product each year due to overfilling the...
A-Benchmarking we go Joachim Knuf Dr. Knuf is Principal, Organizational Learning Systems, Inc., and can be contacted at email@example.com. The problem with ideas Continuous improvement is a key practice in the lean...
A Sustainable Culture of Improvement: The First Step is Leadership (Part 2 of 2) John Alleman Productivity Section “A leader is best when people barely know that he exists…But of a good leader, who talks little, when his work is...
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