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See all Premium member Presentation Transcript QUALITY CONTROL CIRCLE : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 1 QUALITY CONTROL CIRCLE By, Ismail Clement Objective of QCC : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 2 Objective of QCC The objective of QCC is to improve and upgrade quality of work through: (a) The problem solving capability of the workers; (b) Team work; (c) The cultivation and assimilation of positive values and work ethics; CONT : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 3 CONT (d) Involvement and interest in work; (e) High motivation for work; and (f) Awareness of responsibility towards oneself, the group, the department/office and the nation.. THE CONCEPT OF QCC : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 4 THE CONCEPT OF QCC A group of people with unique skills, knowledge and experience coming together to discuss, share opinions, work together and make decision to achieve a common goal beneficial to the organization. Basic Principles Of QCC : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 5 Basic Principles Of QCC QCC is based on the following basic principles; (a) Workers are recognized as the most valuable resource along with other management resources; (b) Development of workers as useful members of the department/officer; CONT : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 6 CONT (c) participation and support from all levels; (d) Team-work; (e) Constant encouragement of creativity; and (f) The projects are related to daily work.. Benefits of QCC : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 7 Benefits of QCC Numerous benefits can be obtained through the implementation of QCC. Among these are: (a) Closer relationship between the workers and Management; (b) Cultivation of cooperation among workers; (c) Job satisfaction; CONT : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 8 CONT (d) Increased motivation to work; (e) Building of self-confidence; (f) Development of leadership among workers; (g) Encouragement of creativity among workers; and (h) Improvement of systems and work procedures.. IMPLEMENTATION OF QCC : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 9 IMPLEMENTATION OF QCC The prerequisites necessary for implementing QCC are: (a) Establishment of a QCC structure; (b) Effective training; and (c) Effective recognition system.. QCC Structure : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 10 QCC Structure The QCC structure as being practiced currently consists of components as: (a) QCC Steering Committee; (b) Facilitators; (c) Quality Circle Leaders; and (d) Quality Circle Members.. (a) QCC Steering Committee : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 11 (a) QCC Steering Committee The Steering Committee is the committee that formulates policies for the implementation of QCC. It also deliberates as well as decides on the suggestions forwarded by QCC for solving problems.. (b) Facilitators : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 12 (b) Facilitators Facilitators are chosen from among Heads of Divisions or workers selected by the Management. These facilitators are responsible for one or more QCC. The roles of the facilitators are as follows: (i) Communicating with all levels of management and obtaining their support and assistance; CONT : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 13 CONT (iii) Maintaining an open and supportive environment; (iv) Ensuring QCC members direct their activities to work-related problems; (v) As a mediator in problem-solving; (vi) As a resource person to the Circle; and (vii) Evaluating the costs and benefits of the QCC programme and reporting to the Management.. (c) Circle Leaders : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 14 (c) Circle Leaders Circle leaders may come from among Unit Heads or selected workers and have the following roles; (i) Training members on problems-solving techniques with the assistance of the facilitator where required; (ii) Responsible for the smooth operation of QCC activities and fostering the spirit of management presentations; CONT : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 15 CONT (iii) Assisting the Circle members in record keeping and in the preparation of management presentations; (iv) Conducting meetings in an orderly and effective manner; (v) Showing interest and support to the Circle; CONT : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 16 CONT (vi) Encouraging other workers to becomes members; (vii) Assisting members in problem-solving; and (viii) Enforcing team discipline.. (d) Members : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 17 (d) Members The QCC members have the following roles; (i) Attending meetings roles; (ii) Directing their efforts towards solving work-related problems: (iii) Identifying problems, contributing ideas, undertaking research and investigation (where necessary) and assisting the QCC in problem-solving and (iv) Participating in management presentations.. What is a Problem? : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 18 What is a Problem? PROBLEM? : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 19 PROBLEM? Something that is Difficult to Deal with or Understand – Oxford Dictionary Problem is : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 20 Problem is Any thing that makes a person uncomfortable 7 QCC TOOLS : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 21 7 QCC TOOLS 7 QCC TOOLS : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 22 7 QCC TOOLS Pareto Diagram Cause and Effect Diagram (Ishikawa) Flow Chart Check Sheet Histogram Scatter Diagram Control Chart and Graphs PDCA CYCLE : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 23 PDCA CYCLE ACTION PLAN CHECK DO Establish the facts Identify solution(s) Understanding of current situation Cause Analysis Prepare Plan To Implement Solution Target setting Implement the Solution Publish report in progress Monitor Progress against Plan Confirm The Goals Make successful solution permanent Firm up implementation plan Communicate the change to all Slide 24: Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 24 SDCA CYCLE ACTION STANDARDIZE CHECK DO Stabilize the process Implement the Standardization Publish report in progress Monitor Progress against Plan Confirm The Goals Make successful solution permanent Firm up implementation plan Communicate the to all Slide 25: Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 25 SDCA PDCA SDCA PDCA SDCA & PDCA maintenance improvement 1)Process Flow Chart : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 26 1)Process Flow Chart Slide 27: Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 27 1)Process Flow Chart What is a process Flow Chart: A process flow chart is the use of symbols to represent the various step such as an assembling act, a decision step, on hold etc. from the beginning until the end of process. Slide 28: Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 28 When to Use. To study and understand a process. Why Process Flow Chart Process Flow Chart helps to provide a clear picture of the process or situation as it is being practiced. Slide 29: Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 29 Symbols of Process Flow Chart Process Decision Document Delay Storage Start / End Exercise-Flow Chart : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 30 Exercise-Flow Chart Draw your individual section process flow chart. From the beginning to the end process. 2)Cause and Effect Diagram : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 31 2)Cause and Effect Diagram WHAT IS BRAINSTORMING? : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 32 WHAT IS BRAINSTORMING? This is a method used to generate a large number of ideas from a group of people. The method is based on the belief that individuals are limited in coming up with ideas. A group of people will produce more ideas. EFFECTIVE WAY OF BRAINSTORMING : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 33 EFFECTIVE WAY OF BRAINSTORMING Give everyone a chance to speak. Record all ideas. Ideas are expanded and used to come up with more ideas. Do not criticize ideas. Evaluate the ideas only at the end. See the problems from different angle. Slide 34: Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 34 2)What is a Cause & Effect Diagram? It is a diagram which is constructed to show the relationship between the effect (condition) and the causes which are the reason for the effect. This diagram is called the “Fish Bone” diagram or the “Ishikawa” diagram. Slide 35: Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 35 Effective C & E Diagram. Ensure full participation of all team members in the Brain Storming Stages. Ensure each sub-cause is clearly described. Try to express sub-causes which are measurable. Look for factors in sub-causes which can be converted to action. Circle or mark the cause that is most important base on the selection on everyone’s experience and skills. Data and Pareto can be use to provide helpful information to the solution. Slide 36: Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 36 WHY? WHY? WHY? MATERIAL PROCESS PEOPLE MACHINE WHY? EFFECT CAUSE Back Bone Middle Bone Small Bone Branch Bone CASE STUDY – C & E DIAGRAM : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 37 CASE STUDY – C & E DIAGRAM The cost of electricity and water consuming your organization is very high. The management would like your group to identify the real cause of the problem in order to reduce the cost. TASK Draw a cause and effect diagram. What do you think the minor factors making up the branches? Choose the five most important causes that the circle should take action on, in order to reduce the cost? Give the reason. 3)Pareto Diagram : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 38 3)Pareto Diagram i) PARETO DIAGRAM : Gemba Kaizen Email Consultancy 39 i) PARETO DIAGRAM Pareto diagram was named after an Italian by the name of Vilfredo Pareto in the 19 century. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.