• On Time Delivery

    On Time Delivery

    On Time Delivery (abbreviated as OTD) is a performance indicator that measures the proportion of orders completed on time and in full over a certain period of time and is one of the elements of

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  • Hoshin Kanri

    Hoshin Kanri

    Hoshin Kanri is a strategic management system of the company, the main principle of which is direct interaction between top management, middle management, and employees to achieve common

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  • Ishikawa diagram

    Ishikawa Diagram

    Ishikawa diagram is a tool for visualizing the cause-and-effect relationships of a specific situation or problem in order to detect the root cause. The diagram helps to determine the main factors

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  • Kaizen

    Kaizen

    Kaizen in Japanese means improvement, changes for the better. Kaizen can be considered as a part of lean manufacturing or as a separate methodology. After the Second World War, Japan's economy

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  • 5 Whys Cover

    5 Whys

    Five whys (also 5 whys) is a tool for finding the root cause of a problem. When you find an error or a problem, it is not always possible to determine the true cause of what happened at first

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    Balanced Scorecard

    Balanced scorecard (BSC) is a methodology for measuring the performance and efficiency of an organization by tracking a balanced set of indicators: financial and non-financial. The distinctive

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  • Six Sigma

    Six Sigma

    Six Sigma (6σ) is a technique aimed at improving the company's business processes and eliminating defects. Six Sigma (6σ) was developed by Bill Smith, an American specialist in the field of

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  • Relationship Marketing

    Relationship Marketing

    Relationship marketing is not something you can pay for and get very fast results like advertising in Google, banner advertising in various societies, or even target marketing in social media. It is

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  • Product Life Cycle

    Product Life Cycle

    The product life cycle has four main stages: introduction, growth, maturity, and decline. Each phase of product development has its characteristics and requires detailed analysis and proper

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  • Value PropositionCanvas

    Value Proposition Canvas

    Value Proposition Canvas (VPC) was developed by a Swiss business theorist and entrepreneur Alexander Osterwalder and provides a detailed understanding of customer needs and how to meet them through

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