Sunday, April 11, 2010

Discussion On 5S

..I totally agree with having 5S as an independent article content since the 5S can be a stand-alone approach in Japan. However, as a 5S researcher and a Japanese, I would like editors to consider the definition of 5S as a whole. As Ehusman defined above, "5S is a Philosophy and a way of organizing and managing the workspace" is in line with the common definition written in Japanese 5S books. However, the article begins with "5S is a reference to five Japanese words that describe standardised cleanup". This is not accurately interpreting the entire meaning of 5S. Although the 5S stems from the language of everyday life in Japan, it is much more than "standardised cleanup". Much appreciated when this was more considered as my English level is as good as to be an editor of the article. KayGC 13:54, 14 April 2007 (UTC)

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