This is page 1 of 15 pages showing the results of over 300 Try Z Seminars conducted since 1989. Each post on this first page under the tag (To be Determined) explains the purpose and function of the seminar and also posts the most recent seminars conducted. If you wish to see an index of … [Read more...] about Using this section
Below is a selection of comments and recommendations concerning the QCDSM System as implemented into their companies. PLEASE CLICK ON THE BLUE LINK WHICH GENERATES ANOTHER LINK. CLICK ON THAT TO READ THE COMMENT/S. 1.Ballance Agri-Nutrients is a fertilizer company. QCDSM was implemented company … [Read more...] about Case Studies
Mr Willem Botha was assigned to work with Leadership Management NZ (Australia) n Wangerei, NZ during 2016. He spent virtually every week with the companies up there trining in Lean Management principles. … [Read more...] about Leadership Management Australia
Many companies are wrestling with the question of going LEAN and what it entails. There are many options to choose from and in our experience over of over 30 years, we believe that this is the most simple and effective way to do this. Apart from the information on our web site, this article will … [Read more...] about Why go LEAN?
Click on the link below. another link will appear. Click on that on to obtain the full report. Copy of Copy of Copy of TZ Assg Nov'16 copy … [Read more...] about 11/07/2016 1/2 TRY Z at Amcor Rigid Plastics, San Salvador, El Salvador
Click on the link below. another link will appear. Click on that on to obtain the full report. Copy of TZ AMCOR Assg April'16 … [Read more...] about 04/18/2016 1/1 TRY Z at Amcor Rigid Plastics, Cali, Columbia
THE FIRST STEP IN LEAN MANAGEMENT AND MANUFACTURING - ADDING AND MAINTAINING CUSTOMER VALUE. The Try Z seminar is the first step when introducing Lean Management and Manufacturing principles to the employees of a company. The experience gained in this seminar enables the participants to … [Read more...] about QCDSM Training to build Teamwork using Lean Management Principles