Test your general culture [Total: 0 Average: 0/5] Welcome to the test of general knowledge of Operational Excellence methods. You have 10 minutes to answer 20 random questions. Be careful, you can only perform this test once. Civility (Mr. or Ms.) Firstname NAME Email 1. What year did Toyota set up the first suggestion system? 1971 1951 1911 19312. What did Elisabeth Kubler-Ross study to develop her model of change? the different emotional stages through which a person passes the permit. the different emotional stages through which a person who loses his job passes the different emotional stages through which a person learns that his wife is pregnant. the different emotional stages through which a person learns that he is nearing death.3. What is special about a statistician who is nicknamed a "Texas-sharpshooter"? He modifies the data to demonstrate what suits him It has data whose bias is extremely low The confidence level used is less than 1% It uses data without distortion4. When are the first signs of interest for ergonomics? In the 3rd century In the twelfth century 2 centuries before JC In the XVIII century5. In Asian culture, the learning process is very important. How is this one called ? Narugakae Nemawashi ShuHaRi Horenso6. What did Elton MAYO put forward in the Hawthorne experiments? A team of 5 is less efficient than 4 Affectivity is proportional to productivity Fear is proportional to productivity Salary is proportional to productivity7. Based on what observation did Mike Harry lay the foundation for the 6 Sigma methods? The correlation between innovations and the number of people involved The correlation between quality and lead time La corrélation entre le lead time et les stocks The correlation between sales performance and the number of non-compliances8. What term does Toyota use to describe being "involved" in its work? Nemawashi Takakidai Genchi Gembutsu Jikotei-Kanketsu9. What Japanese term means having detailed and factual documentation? Hirumashi Shihiruzu Pokayoke Tatakidai10. Who is the first to "philosophize" about cause-and-effect strategies? Rousseau St. Thomas Aquinas Buddha Caesar11. When does the WWWWWHHWdate? 19th century 10th century AD 1928 1st century AD12. What is the philosophy behind Taguchi? Non-quality (good / not good) does not happen suddenly when we exceed the limit of tolerance (as if we fall into the water at the end of a pontoon) but is proportional to the deviation of the target . Productivity is proportional to the manager's affectivity towards his teams Non-quality is not dependent on personal performance but proportional to stock level Productivity is inversely proportional to non-quality13. Who was the first to say that the Benchmark is a key element to become Dantotzu? Deming Sun Tzu Machiavel Mao14. What is the name of the group of 17 basic movements used in many ergonomics tools (RULA ...) or working time studies (MTM ...)? The Therbligs The Moerg The Serendip The Taforg15. What "legend" does one use to define agility? The serendip's tale The legend of the 4 horns The myth of sisyphus The legend of the samurai Musashi Miyamoto16. What are Kamishibai? Mini restaurants A fish from northern Japan A small paper theater Tuna sushi17. Which century do you find tangible traces of Lean ? In the XIIth century In the XVIIth century In the XIVth century In the VIIIth century18. What did Student work on when he created his distribution law? 46/5000 The right amount of milk to put in the tea The quality of barley for making Guinness beer The yield of potato fields The size of the torsos of the Scottish soldiers19. What does the term Mizusumashi literally mean? Slow spider Fast Logistics Transport wagon Make the water clean20. What is the first pillar that Sakichi Toyoda created in the early 20th century? Jidoka Heijinka Standardization Just In TimeA comment ?