April 2014 Issue
A framework for integrating quality into an assembly process is applied to auto seat manufacturing, leading to better control and product quality management.
by Dele Awofala
Supply Chain Management
Avoid wasting time, racking up unnecessary costs and damaging product brand by building a product code assurance program.
A collegiate flight school in Ohio used quality fundamentals to develop a safety management system framework.
A builder brings along the quality toolbox and an innovative mindset to construct a home featured on TV’s "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" show.
- Up Front
- Innovation Imperative
- Perspectives [Open Access]
- Quality in the First Person [Open Access]
- Career Corner [Open Access]
- Standards Outlook
- Statistics Roundtable
- Measure For Measure
- 3.4 Per Million
- Back to Basics [Open Access]
- Volviendo a los Fundamentos [Open Access]
- One Good Idea [Open Access]
Loop It All Together
Listen to Dele Awofala, author of “Looping in Quality,” as he talks more about using the quality loop framework in the assembly process to manage and improve product quality.
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