Seen&Heard

2007

Readers’ reactions, suggestions and opinions on the quality topics covered in recent issues of QP.

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QP Mailbag: December 2007

by QP Staff

A question of competence...Food recall reaction...more.


QP Mailbag

by QP Staff

A question of competence...Food recall reaction...more.


QP Mailbag: November 2007

by QP Staff

Quality versus quantity.


QP Mailbag: October 2007

by QP Staff

Six Sigma impeding innovation?...Youden plot suggestion...more.


QP Mailbag: September 2007

by QP Staff

No relation between age and innovation...The worth of J.D. Powers surveys...more.


QP Mailbag: August 2007

by QP Staff

'Survival Guide' a keeper...Revisiting reliability assessment technique...more.


QP Mailbag: July 2007

by QP Staff

Promoting more process mapping...5S not necessarily family friendly...more.


QP Mailbag: June 2007

by QP Staff

Building a base of CEO support for quality...Taking a swing at fantasy baseball...Lean, Six Sigma belong together...more.


QP Mailbag: May 2007

by QP Staff

Misinterpreting SOX...'First Person' inspiring...Affinity diagram overlooked too often...more.


QP Mailbag: April 2007

by QP Staff

Strong reaction-both supportive and critical-in response to article questioning ISO 9001's third-party audit element.


QP Mailbag: March 2007

by QP Staff

Corning's tale uplifting...Old QFD vs. modern QFD...Cpk column hits mark...more.


QP Mailbag: February 2007

by QP Staff

Stop blaming consultants...Problems at 30,000 feet...more.


QP Mailbag: January 2007

by QP Staff

Concerns about control charting method...Suitable standards for healthcare...more.



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