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When you have a city with a fairly diverse economy as is the case with Ontario, California, there is no doubt ample scope for continuous improvement all the time. That is the reason here at 6Sigma.us we place a lot of emphasis on Kaizen as a part of our whole six sigma training Ontario initiative. After all, we are well aware that no matter how well we may be doing on the professional front there is always ample room for improvement.
Take the case of the LA/Ontario International Airport, the largest employer in the Ontario area. However well it may be functioning, there is invariably ample scope for further improvement maybe baggage handlers can do a better job, maybe amenities at the airport can be improved, maybe security staff can do a better and more efficient job in checking passengers before the latter board their flights the possibilities are simply endless. It is in such cases that 6 Sigma training in Ontario really comes to the fore, with Kaizen being one of its foremost principles.
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Similarly, if we look at the agricultural scene in Ontario, it is really active, with olives and various citrus fruits forming a major chunk of the agrarian produce here. Again, as with the LA/Ontario International Airport instance that we cited above, in the case of agriculture too, there is enormous scope for continuous improvement as six sigma would recommend. For instance, maybe newer agrarian techniques can be incorporated that will improve productivity of output from the land that is being cultivated, while still keeping effort earmarked for farmers on the lower side. This possibility is particularly likely when there is the right kind of machinery as well as the right kind of tools that are available.
At the end of the day, we find that there is really no limit to the scope that is there for continuous improvement or Kaizen, no matter what one may be doing. So for instance, if one is into hospitality, automobiles, banking and finance, or administration – all of which are present in ample measure in Ontario, the single binding factor in all instances would be the fact that there is always ample scope for improvement.
This is a line of thought which has been strongly promulgated by 6Sigma.us particularly in its ongoing 6 Sigma training programs. After all, it is often observed that beyond a point, we ignore scope for improvement, even if it is amply clear that it exists. Instead, we get into the “don’t fix what isn’t broken” mindset where we feel that since things are fine at the moment, there is no need (even scope) for any improvement. This is not particularly a healthy attitude since in reality there is ample scope for improvement all the time, no matter how well we may be doing. In that sense, six sigma training definitely compels us towards a whole new stream of thought, the likes of which we may very well not have explored all this while.