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In our last episode, we looked at how the crew of the USS Enterprise might have employed quality management systems (QMS) to help streamline their processes, mitigate risks, and foster continuous...
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I am by no means a Trekkie. I don’t go to conventions, nor do I have all the episodes memorized and cataloged. I don’t even try and weigh in on Picard vs. Kirk (although I do have some valid points...
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Editor’s note: In an upcoming webinar presented by EtQ and moderated by Quality Digest, we will consider the elements of risk management and what to look for in an effective software solution. For a...
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In part one of this series, we looked at the various challenges associated with supplier quality management, and how these challenges can inhibit an organization while building a system to interact...
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In today’s dynamic business environment, the supply chain plays an ever-increasing role in bringing products to market. As businesses continue to evolve and improve efficiencies in the production...
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Quality management, if we’ve learned anything, is a central factor in any manufacturing organization. What’s most compelling is the evolution during the past decade of our perception of quality...
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Everyone seeks out value. Whether you’re a coupon clipper, a sale shopper, or a garage-sale stalker, people look to get some sort of value out of their buying experience. And if the product is...
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You’ve heard the phrase, “Get it off your plate—delegate!” It’s a nice phrase for those of us to justify passing off work, isn’t it? However, in an organization, delegation is a much more serious...
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Seems like the “next best thing” is always coming out. I’m not one of those people who miss the good old days; I always marvel at what we have in the modern world. I feel like TV shows have gotten...
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’Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the shop Santa’s quality manager feared that all production would stop The FMEA showed high risk, nonconformances were a fright But Santa...