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With the use of the PDCA cycle in Boards on Fire, you grow a culture of continuous improvement. Optimize production, reduce waste, and enhance the quality of products and processes. Book a demo and we'll show you how!
In Boards on Fire, the PDCA is included as a tool in the improvement module, which you can work with independently or in combination with, for instance, pulse boards or other parts of our platform. You can use the method for tasks like improvement efforts, projects, or change activities.
Create subtasks for each step in the PDCA cycle, delegate them to employees, and set deadlines. Monitor and mark each task and step as they're completed. Easily get an overview of all planned, ongoing, and completed PDCA activities for a specific part of the business and visualize the progress for relevant employees.
PDCA stands for "Plan-Do-Check-Act" and is an iterative four-step method for continuous improvement in processes and products. PDCA is often used in quality management and for the implementation of change initiatives. Here's a brief overview of the four steps:
The goal of the PDCA cycle is to continually improve processes by repeating these steps, thereby identifying and rectifying issues or inefficiencies continuously.
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In the manufacturing industry, the PDCA cycle (Plan-Do-Check-Act) is often used as a tool to improve both product quality and production processes. As manufacturing processes are often complex and involve several different steps, small inefficiencies or errors can lead to significant production disruptions or quality issues. By using PDCA, you create the conditions to systematically identify, analyze, and address these problems.
Here are some examples of how PDCA can be applied in the manufacturing industry: