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 is the name of the group of 17 basic movements used in many ergonomics tools (RULA ...) or working time studies (MTM ...)? The Taforg The Serendip The Moerg The Therbligs2. What year did Toyota set up the first suggestion system? 1951 1931 1971 19113. Who is the father of 5S? Taiichi OHNO Walter A. SHEWHART Henry FORD Sakichi TOYODA4. Key point of Japanese culture, what does a "Kikubari" attitude mean? Being light to work faster Not to waste Working calmly Being caring to others5. What does the term Mizusumashi literally mean? Make the water clean Fast Logistics Transport wagon Slow spider6. We know that communication is a key axis to avoid problems. The Japanese have this notion culturally. What's her name ? Tatakidai Hito-Shitsu Horenso Nagakaru7. What is the philosophy behind Taguchi? Non-quality is not dependent on personal performance but proportional to stock level Productivity is proportional to the manager's affectivity towards his teams 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 inversely proportional to non-quality8. What do you mean by the term "Norma" at the origin of the term Normal ? Average habit Generality Square9. Essential term in Japanese culture, what does the term Narugakae mean? Translated by "total quality", it is the principle of conscientiously producing Translated by "total person", it is the principle of passing the consensus of the group in front of the personal satisfaction. Translated by "nobody is right", it is the principle to go check with data. Translated by "guilty person", it is the principle of self-flagellation when one makes a mistake10. What did Elisabeth Kubler-Ross study to develop her model of change? the different emotional stages through which a person learns that he is nearing death. 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.11. Which century do you find tangible traces of Lean ? In the XIVth century In the XIIth century In the XVIIth century In the VIIIth century12. For Francis Galton, why did he give the name "regression curve"? He observed that children born to medium-sized parents are getting closer to the average He observed that children born to unusually large or small parents are getting closer to the average He observed that children born to parents of average sizes are moving away from the average He observed that children born to unusually large or small parents are moving away from the average13. What do Barack OBAMA and Mark ZUCKERBERG have in common? They use the principles of Toyota Kata They are against the principles of Lean They implement the principle of standardization in their way of dressing They are always "just in time".14. Who was the first to say that the Benchmark is a key element to become Dantotzu? Sun Tzu Mao Machiavel Deming15. Existing for centuries, the term paradigm has taken on the meaning of "Standardized intellectual and social framework" since when? XIXthcentury Xt century XVth century XXth century16. What is Yaruzo Call ? A sound issued by ANDON in advance / late in case of delay A logo used to indicate that everything is fine An important phone call A song practiced by Japanese companies to motivate the teams.17. When are the first signs of interest for ergonomics? In the twelfth century In the 3rd century 2 centuries before JC In the XVIII century18. Quételet to demonstrate the relevance of the Normal law in the years 1820. On what measure was it based? The weight of 1000 drops of water The woolen weight of 25,000 New Zealand sheep The diameter of 9000 baguettes of Parisian breads The torso of 5000 Scottish soldiers19. Since which year, the oldest bulb of the world shines it ? 1901 1991 1961 193120. When does the WWWWWHHWdate? 10th century AD 19th century 1st century AD 1928A comment ?