November 2019 Issue
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A new risk avoidance model can help organizations determine what changes to make in their quality management systems so they can build defect-free products.
by Tom Taormina
Tips on applying risk-based thinking to organizational processes and integrating it into your organization’s culture.
Borrowing from a model developed for the medical device industry, a new risk-based auditing approach grades audit findings quantitatively.
There’s a new formalized strategy emphasizing infrastructure and employee training that can lead to more reliability on factory floors.
Risk Identification and Reporting
We’ve all been there. Constant stress at work makes us feel sluggish, unmotivated and unproductive. And it may be affecting your health—so much so that the World Health Organization added workplace burnout to its list of official medical diagnoses earlier this year. How do you deal with burnout? Does your organization have any measures in place to help prevent burnout?
Have you run into a problem you can’t seem to solve? Look no further. QP’s experts will provide answers and insights to your toughest questions.
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Lean and Six Sigma Conference
Feb. 23-25, 2020 | Phoenix, AZ
Collaboration on Quality in the Space and Defense Industries
March 9-10, 2020 | Cape Canaveral, FL
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