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Inside Quality Digest Live for Aug. 31, 2018

Odd objects, the rewards of risk, and magnificent management

Published: Monday, September 10, 2018 - 11:58

This week’s show contained a range of fun and interesting content from some of our favorite corners of the world of quality. Here’s what we covered:

 “More Unidentified Museum Objects

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has a wealth of crazy old artifacts from measurement days of yore, and every once in awhile they dust them off to see if anyone knows what they are. We hazarded a few guesses.

Interview: Nicole Radziwill

Radziwill is quality practice leader at Intelex and author of the article, “Taming Uncertainty in Your QMS With Risk-Based Thinking and ISO 9001:2015.” We talked with her about her article and the upcoming QD-sponsored webinar which she will be presenting on Sept. 6, 2018, titled “Risk-Based Thinking: New Requirements for ISO 9001:2015 and Integrated Management Systems.” Register here.

Is It Time to Bring Data to Managing?

There’s a wealth of great information about how to take evidence-based approaches to managing your most organization’s most important asset—its people. This article from freelance author Eryn Brown offers plenty of research into how it can be done.

You can check out our next episode of Quality Digest Live on Fri., Sept. 7, 2018, either via our home page or our special player page. See you then!


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