Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding that can be used to provide students a hands-on experience for understanding process and process steps. The activity has all the characteristics of a manufacturing process, and the end result of using this technique can be very effective at conveying quality tools and concepts to students.
In this case study, learn how one quality professional is using the art technique to teach students of all age groups how to understand critical quality concepts.
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Timothy Lozier of EtQ Inc. discusses how to measure compliance, how risk can drive new ways of looking at compliance, and the relationship between risk management and risk assessment.
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Exploring standards and schemes that help ensure the safety of our food.
In 2013, ASQ unveiled groundbreaking research that creates a baseline of fundamental quality and continuous improvement practices around the world. Read more about the project and download the research reports.
In the Summer 2014 issue of Competitive Advantage, a member-benefit publication of the Service Quality Division, Anton G. Camarota discusses how quality managers can keep everyone centered on what matters for an organization's long-term success.
Designed to teach the fundamentals of trigonometry using scenarios from mechanical, civil, and architectural applications, this text can be used by students new to the subject, in training programs, and as a self-study refresher.
A global study by Forbes Insights and ASQ investigates how a more quality driven culture can accelerate business performance.
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Presentation slide decks and other documents to help communicate the message of ISO 9001:2015 are newly available from the ISO sub-committee that is responsible for the development of International Standards and documents in the ISO 9000 series.
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"Nothing happens unless first a dream." - Carl Sandburg
Ronald D. Snee explains the crucial role statistical thinking plays in achieving total quality when the focus is on the development of systems rather than on tools and problem solving. The Statistics Division makes this article from the 34th Fall Technical Conference available to the public in its online library.