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Expert Answers: June 2014

by QP Staff

Driving service quality ... Evaluating equipment...


Choose Wisely

by Sharma, Mohit

How to select the right metrics to ensure process improvement success....


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Breaking Down Barriers

by Liu, Shu

To leverage the benefits and prepare for the challenges big data present, quality professionals must change their mindset, get more data, upgrade their skills and expand their roles in the big data universe....


Statistics Roundtable: Assessing Analytical Equipment Accuracy

by Hare, Lynne B.

Much ink and training time have been devoted to measurement systems analysis (MSA)—the adopted child of Six Sigma—and other statistical training programs that continue to add great value through improvements in quality and productivity....


Follow the Fundamentals

by Snee, Ronald D. ; DeVeaux, Richard D.; Hoerl, Roger W.

New technology for acquiring, storing and processing data is being introduced at an ever-increasing pace. In 2012, the White House launched a national “Big Data Initiative.” According to IBM, 1.6 zettabytes of digital data are now available....


Expert Answers: December 2013

by Wagoner, Keith; Pylipow, Peter E.

Measuring customer experience ... SPC for low-volume assembly....


2013 Salary Survey: Part 1, Section 11. Salary by Division Size, Org. Size and Location of HQs

by Hansen, Max Christian

For quality professionals, it pays to work in a larger organization. And, within the larger organizations, it seems that the larger the division you work in, the larger your paycheck....


2013 Salary Survey: Part 1, Section 8. Salary by Number of Years in Current Position

by Hansen, Max Christian

Each year, QP salary survey looks at respondents’ salaries by their tenure in their current position. And each year, one data point of interest is how many professional are new to their positions that year....


2013 Salary Survey: Part 1, Section 7. Salary by Nonexempt vs. Exempt Status

by Hansen, Max Christian

Quality professionals who are paid for overtime earn less than those who are exempt from such pay. In the US, the 85.6% of respondents who said they’re exempt from receiving overtime earn an average of $31,438 more than the respondents who are nonexempt....


2013 Salary Survey: Part 2, Section 22. Base Earnings by Years of Experience

by Hansen, Max Christian

It seems an individual’s years of experience as a consultant are a poor predictor of individual earnings—at least that’s the picture presented by Figure 1, which shows income by consulting experience for our self-employed respondents worldwide....


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Inside Job

by Seibert, Jerry H.; Schiemann, William A.

The relationship between business performance and internal service quality is well documented, as are changes in internal service levels over time and the impact of outsourcing on internal service quality....


Expert Answers: November 2013

by Laman, Scott A.

Sampling plans for reliability testing...


So Many Variables, So Few Observations

by Seaman, Julia E.; Seaman, Christopher A.; Allen, I. Elaine

Colapsing variables in a factor analysis can have dangerous implications, and it also can be difficult to interpret the resulting factors. But what if you have no choice?...


Mood Righting

by Thor, Scott

U.S. organizations face monumental challenges as a global economy has emerged. Arguably, the global economy is driving competitive forces to levels unimaginable only a few decades ago....


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Paving the Way

by Anderson-Cook, Christine M.; Borror, Connie M.

Data and information are at the heart of good investigations and decision making, but are all kinds of data the same? What are the major categories and types of questions to ask to collect and analyze data?...


Expert Answers: February 2013

by QP Staff

Root cause analysis...


In the Crosshairs

by Lindquist, Russell

In 2005, Fairbanks Morse Engine discovered that work content analysis can help clearly define product families and can align improvement activities in a leveraged execution....


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Salary Survey 2012: Facing Tight Times

by Hansen, Max Christian

The more things stay the same, the more quality professionals must look for productive ways to change. For the first time since QP began its annual salary survey, the most important indicator—average salary—has become frustratingly stuck in place....


Salary Survey 2012: Part 1, Section 8: Salary by Number of Years in Current Position

by Hansen, Max Christian

com 50 SponSored by Salary by time in current position for U. S. respondents / Figure 2 Salary by time in current position for Canadian respondents / Figure 3 93,287 87,271 90,357 84,833 85,039 85,433 0 $ 20,000 $ 40,000 $ 60,000 $ 80,000 $ 100,000 More ...


Salary Survey 2012: Part 1, Section 9: Salary by No. of Years in Current Position and in Quality

by Hansen, Max Christian

Part 1. Regular Employee Results Section 9. Salary by Number of Years in Current Position and in the Quality Field Longevity.s Effect On Earnings Cross- tabulation of the number of years in current position and in the quality field / Table 1 In a positio...


Expert Answers: December 2012

by QP Staff

A better supplier scorecard ... Inspecting your suppliers ......


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Quality in the First Person: Pursuing Excellence

by Scullin, Brian

This is the story of my journey from lackadaisical and passive performance to data-driven dominance during my collegiate football career as a punter....


Expert Answers: November 2012

by QP Staff

Surveys in the toolbox ... Auditing it all ... Reference materials in ISO 17025 ......


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Statistics Roundtable: Words of Caution

by Seaman, Julia E., Allen, I. Elaine

Suppose you have a study with one identified response. Take QP’s salary survey, for instance, and the many predictors, such as age, sex, education, years of experience, type of employment and number of people supervised....


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Perspectives: Relying on the Basics

by Diepstra, Keith

It’s difficult to improve a process that isn’t running. Equipment reliability from a manufacturing equipment perspective is typically the purview of maintenance teams and may include watch-over by the engineering team....


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One Good Idea: Designing for Accuracy

by Navetta, J.L.

For this column, I used regression analysis and design of experiments (DoE) to create a model for predicting production rates in a paper stock cutting facility....


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Fair or Foul?

by Allen, I. Elaine; Seaman, Julia E.

After Moneyball was published nine years ago, Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane was hailed as a genius for adopting analytics in baseball. His goal was to create a small-budget MLB team that could compete with big-spending teams in the American League....


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Beyond the Basics

by Duffy, Grace; Laman, Scott A.; Mehta, Pradip; Ramu, Govind; Scriabina, Natalia; Wagoner, Keith

A movie sequel often can be as, if not more, captivating than the original. Essentially, a sequel builds on the original, continuing a journey with familiar characters and settings, developing ideas and unveiling more insight....


Salary Survey 2011: Part 1, Section 3: Salary by Number of Years of Experience in the Quality Field

by Hansen, Max Christian

Employers Value Experience Part 1. Regular Employee Results Section 3. Salary by Number of Years of Experience in the Quality Field Experience in quality for full- time U. S. respondents / Figure 1 32.9 31.4 29.5 34.2 34.5 34.2 32.9 34.1 36.4 0 20% 40% 6...


Salary Survey 2011: Part 1, Section 16: Salary by Highest Level of Education

by Hansen, Max Christian

Part 1. Regular Employee Results Section 16. Salary by Highest Level of Education Those With Doctorates Earned the Most Salary by highest level of education for U. S. respondents / Figure 1 114,290 100,323 86,060 68,586 70,937 67,277 62,464 30,760 0 $ 20...


Supporting Role

by Stimson, William A.

The ANSI/ISO/ASQ Q9000 Series of Quality Management Standards consists of three component standards. Taken together, the standards are components because they form a complete tactical approach to quality management....


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Certification at Work

by Roberson, Russell L.; McKaig, Brian

Organizations face difficult decisions every day: where to invest, how to focus employees and how to drive a competitive advantage in their markets. A decision to launch employee training cannot be taken lightly....


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Reversing Course?

by Seibert, Jerry H.; and Schiemann, William A.

THE OUTSOURCING OF FUNCTIONS once performed by organizations’ internal departments has been increasing in quantity and scope....


Statistics Roundtable: Influence and Effect

by Mason, Robert L.; Young, John C.

Being able to determine the effect a data point has on summary statistics provides useful insight into the construction of better parameter estimators....


Lessons in Loyalty

by Hayes, Bob E.

Business growth depends on improving customer loyalty behavior. Companies with higher customer loyalty usually experience faster business growth than companies with lower customer loyalty, research has shown....


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Career Corner: Call a SPADE a SPADE

by ReVelle, Jack B.

When you think about your career, what do you do? Do you just sort of mull it over and maybe write down a note or two? Or do you start by writing down what you want out of your professional life (your long-term objectives) and then consider what...


Statistics Roundtable: Why Statisticians Model Data

by Hare, Lynne B.

What follows is an apology. Not an apology as in “I’m sorry,” but an apology as a justification or explanation. You might be thinking it shouldn’t be necessary to explain why statisticians model data. It is just their nature....


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Happiness Helps

by Becker, Tom

Boredom and discontent in the workplace are serious business performance issues. In a recent international study of organizational effectiveness, two-thirds of the 28,000 respondents said they were less than fully engaged by their work and organization....


Salary Survey 2010: Part 1, Section 7: Salary by Nonexempt and Exempt Status

by Hansen, Max Christian

46 Figure 3 includes results for: x Full- time employees, Part- time employees, x U. S. employees, Canadian employees, International employees Percentage exempt and average salary by job title for U. S. respondents / FIGURE 3 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 7...


Salary Survey 2010: Part 1, Sect. 11: Salary by Division Size, Organization Size and Location of HQ

by Hansen, Max Christian

Salary by organization size for U. S. respondents / FIGURE 1 Salary by organization size for Canadian respondents / FIGURE 2 94,210 93,163 87,935 84,127 82,900 77,635 75,223 73,048 $ 20,000 $ 60,000 $ 100,000 More than 50,000 ( 16.7%) 10,001 to 50,000 ( ...


Salary Survey 2010: The Complete Report

by QP Staff

experience by gender / FIGURE 2 More than 20 years 10.1- 20 years 6.1- 10 years 3.1- 6 years $ 6,000 Male Years of experience in quality profession Years of experience in quality profession Female $ 4,000 $ 2,000 0 $ 2,000 $ 4,000 $ 6,000 1- 3 years Less...


Statistics Roundtable: A Sample Plan

by Anderson-Cook, Christine M., Lu, Lu

Often, there are situations in which you might want to draw a representative sample from a finite population to characterize some aspects of its distribution....


Statistics Roundtable: The Statistical Engineer

by Mason, Robert L., and Young, John C.

Many engineers working in processing industries often are overwhelmed by the amount of data available to them. Until recently, most industries collected only a small amount of information on their processes....


Top This

by Liedtke, Charles A.; Schroeder, Roger G.; Linderman, Kevin; Rickard, Jim

Besting your competitors means outdoing them when it comes to quality, safety, service, productivity and financials. The question is how to stay on top after you’ve planted your flag at the apex of your industry....


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Power to the People

by Seibert, Jerry H.; Schiemann, William A.

The economic environment is so profoundly different from the beginning of this millennium, it begs the question of whether organizations’ primary relationships have changed, including those with customers and their employees....


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Under Scrutiny

by Paradies, Mark

For years, quality practitioners have been taught to find root causes of problems by using a set of tools based on the theory of cause and effect. Many users of these techniques, however, find that some problems keep happening....


Statistics Roundtable: Detection Decisions

by Mason, Robert L.; Young, John C.

A potential outlier is an observation located a considerable distance from the main data swarm. The inclusion of such outlying observations in a data analysis can produce erroneous estimates of means, variances and the correlations between variables....


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Salary Survey 2009: Holding Steady

by Conklin, Joseph D.

QP’s salary survey is interesting in good times, and even more so in lean times. My observations for the 2009 version fall into three categories: profiles of success, limits of the survey and questions readers might ask to reflect on career development....


Salary Survey 2009: The Complete Report

by QP Staff

52 section 6 Salary by Number of Work Hours Online section 7 Salary by Nonexempt vs. exempt Status Online section 8 Salary by Number of Years in Current Position Online section 9 Salary by Number of Years in Current Position and in the Quality Field Onli...


Critical Stage

by West, A.H. "Jack"

Has Six Sigma been a good thing? While this is a straightforward question, there isn’t a simple answer....


Statistics Roundtable: A Remedy Using Residuals

by Mason, Robert L.; Young, John C.

It is common in industrial processes for input variables to be closely associated with output variables. You may frequently encounter two process variables tied together. For example, consider temperature and pressure....


Get Your Checkup

by ASQ Lean Six Sigma Hospital Study Advisory Committee

For nearly 20 years, lean and Six Sigma improvement initiatives have been in the quality spotlight, helping thousands of organizations in the United States and elsewhere. But, are hospitals truly embracing the lean and Six Sigma movement?...


Statistics Roundtable: Player Rankings

by Seaman, Julia E.; Allen, I. Elaine

The coefficient of variation, sometimes called the relative standard deviation, is often used to assess the quality of an assay, the diversity in organizations or as a benchmark for ranking....


Pyramid Power

by Creasy, Todd

The next evolutionary step for Six Sigma could be a method called 6TOC (pronounced “six-tock”) that combines principles of lean Six Sigma with the theory of constraints....


Statistics Roundtable: A Correlation Encounter

by Mason, Robert L.; Young, John C.

In a recent visit to the control room for a processing unit, a new process engineer asks the question: “Why doesn’t the correlation between the two process variables, x1 and x2, match the correlation as suggested by the theory?”...


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One Good Idea: Chart Smart

by Gojanovic, Tony

One of the greatest challenges with consumer data is to make sense of it. A particularly useful way to summarize consumer call-in information is the control chart, which can transform data into a time-series graph, along with an estimate of noise....


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Building From the Basics

by Rooney, James J.; Kubiak, T.M; Westcott, Russ; Reid, R. Dan; Wagoner, Keith; Pylipow, Peter E.; Plsek, Paul

Quality control is about models, methods, measuring and managing. It’s about uncovering a problem and finding the solution. It’s about using the right techniques at the right time to make things better....


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Contacts That Count

by Daniels, Susan E.

A team dedicated to improving member contact rates at Healthways Inc. pulled just about everything from its lean Six Sigma toolbox while working on a project and was recognized in ASQ’s International Team Excellence Award competition....


A DMAIC Makeover

by Stauffer, Rip

Define, measure, Analyze, improve and control (DMAIC) is the common roadmap for Six Sigma projects. But there are potential weaknesses in this roadmap that could be addressed with a simple, proven adjustment to DMAIC....


Salary Survey 2008: Part 1, Section 4: Salary by ASQ and RABQSA International Certification

by QP Staff

When it comes to ASQ certification, one is good, but more is better....


Salary Survey 2008: Part 1, Section 7: Salary by Nonexempt vs. Exempt Status

by QP Staff

Overall, 85.3% of the U.S. respondents and 73.4% of the Canadian respondents don’t get paid for overtime (they are exempt employees)....


Salary Survey 2008: The Complete Report

by QP Staff

51 Section 6 Salary by Number of Work Hours Online Section 7 Salary by Nonexempt vs. Exempt Status Online Section 8 Salary by Number of Years in Current Position Online Section 9 Salary by Number of Years in Current Position and in the Quality Field Onli...


No Longer Waiting for Answers

by Schooley, John

The emergency department at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte, NC is often stretched beyond capacity. Patient volume in the 43-bed ED has jumped 34% in the past four years, and more than 86,000 people are expected to seek care there this year....


Statistics Roundtable: More is Not Always Better

by Anderson-Cook, Christine M.

All other things being equal, if offered a choice between small or large sample sizes, the larger sample size is preferred. Or is it?...


Statistics Roundtable: Transforming Data

by Mason, Robert L.; Young, John C.

What separates a multivariate analysis from a univariate analysis in process control? As simple as this question might appear, the answer can sometimes be difficult to understand....


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Bright Idea

by Bilke, Terry; Sinn, John

There is an opportunity to apply statistical process control where it can have an impact on our daily lives by providing warning signs of pending outages, signal waste and process problems in the world’s largest machine: the North American power system....


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The True Test of Loyalty

by Hayes, Bob

The customer loyalty field has experienced much technological innovation, such as automated reporting portals and integration of attitudinal and behavioral data in customer relationship management applications, over the past decade....


Statistics Roundtable: The Reality of Residual Analysis

by Hoerl, Roger W.

In the world of statistics textbooks, independent random samples of size 30 from a normal distribution are a dime a dozen—the norm rather than the exception....


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Eyes on the Dashboard at Mercy Health System

by Daniels, Susan E.

Patient satisfaction has been a component of Mercy Health System’s dashboard system for about six years, so when emergency department satisfaction into the red zone in late 2005, it immediately set off an alarm....


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QMS Certification: Down With Disillusionment

by Gyani, Girdhar

Conformity assessment and international standards that cover products and quality and environmental management systems provide mechanisms to ensure the quality of goods and services, but a recent survey reveals that the various certification bodies...


Exercise a Process Improvement Approach for Your Own Personal Wellness

by Harvey, Jean

The human body can be viewed as a system of processes in which the output of one process is an input to another. One quality practitioner applied the concepts of systems thinking, process thinking and process management to improve his own health,...


Statistics Roundtable: Detecting Dependent Observations in Multivariate Statistical Process Control

by Mason, Robert L., Young, John C.

Since we must consider many variables at the same time when monitoring a multivariate process, detection of data dependencies between and among the observation vectors is not straightforward. The test procedures that exist for checking for the...


The Innovation Process and Quality Tools

by Walker, H. Fred; Levesque, Justin

Cost control and product quality are only capable of sustaining competitive advantage. It takes product or service innovation to create competitive advantage in a global marketplace. Innovation consists of a series of steps like any other business or...


Quality Glossary

by Nelsen, Dave

Five years after it published its first glossary of quality terms, ASQ has revised that glossary with updated definitions and new entries, many from the lean glossary published in 2005. This reference of terms, acronyms, and prominent figures in the...


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10 Quality Basics

by Duffy, Grace; Payne, Graeme; Rooney, James; Hare, Lynne; West, John E. "Jack"; Borawski, Paul; Westcott, Russ; Okes, Duke; Guttman, Howard; Foster, S. Thomas; Conklin, Joe

In an overview designed to give quality newcomers a glimpse of the knowledge they need to succeed, ten regular Quality Progress contributors write on 10 basic quality topics that are fundamentals essential to surviving in a quality role. Topics covered...


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One Good Idea: Indirect Measurement--Exchanging Certainty for Dividends

by Harkins, Ray

The indirect route is often the best way to go. Direct measurement applies a standard directly to a characteristic to measure it....


Statistics Roundtable: Dependent Univariate Observations and Statistical Control

by Mason, Robert L.; Young, John C.

Have you ever wondered why your process control procedure doesn't work just right? It might be that the underlying assumptions are not completely valid....


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It's in the Genes at Cummins

by Daniels, Susan

When asked why diesel maker Cummins used Six Sigma to explain new health insurance benefits to its employees, the response was that Six Sigma is part of Cummins' DNA. Six Sigma methods helped ensure a smooth enrollment process, particularly for union...


Building a Better Fantasy Baseball Team

by Allen, I. Elaine; Kustov, Kirill; Recck, George

Fantasy baseball is a popular game giving sports fans the opportunity to display their baseball expertise in competition with other fans. The game fosters careful planning and research in hopes of outsmarting the rival team. By looking at fantasy...


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Internal Customer Service: Has It Improved?

by Seibert, Jerry; Lingle, John

A recent survey of organizations conducted by the Metrus Group shows a dramatic improvement in internal customer service (ICS) since a similar survey conducted in 1993. Respondents to the survey believe that high levels of ICS are important to their...


Deliver Great Service By Listening and Adapting

by Goodman, John; Collier, Crystal D.

The customer service systems of most companies worldwide are seldom adaptable enough to handle diverse situations. To avoid giving customers the impression that their contacts are a waste of time, an organization must have an actionable voice of the...


Using Statistics To Improve Satisfaction

by Goldstein, Sheldon D.

Choosing which attributes to improve from customer survey data maximizes the use of resources and increases the chances of positive returns on your efforts. The Kruskal-Wallis one-way analysis of variance by ranks helps focus attention on what needs...


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Hospital Reduces Medication Errors Using DMAIC and QFD

by Benitez, Yani; Forrester, Leslie; Hurst, Carolyn; Turpin, Debra

The medication error rate at Illinois' Alton Memorial Hospital was low when compared to national statistics, but the hospital knew cost savings would be significant if this statistic was lowered even further. A multidisciplinary team sought the help of...


Salary Survey – 2006

by ASQ

Regular Employee - Section 3. Salary by Highest Level Of Education

org PART 1. REGULAR EMPLOYEE RESULTS Section 3 Salary by Highest Level of Education FIGURE A Salaries of U. S. Respondents By Highest Level of Education Highest level of education ( percentage of respondents) 58,417 39,558 Less than high school ( 0.1%) H...


Salary Survey – 2006

by Edmund, Mark

Full Survey

44 Section 6. Salary by Number of Work Hours Online Section 7. Salary by Nonexempt vs. Exempt Status Online Section 8. Salary by Number of Years' Quality Experience and Highest Level of Education Online Section 9. Salary by Number of Years in Current Pos...


Lean Inspection Through Supplier Partnership

by Ericson, Joel

Incoming inspection is a nonvalue-added activity that does not improve a product, but only identifies products that do not meet standards. One way to reduce incoming inspection is to move from traditional sample inspection to a system in which the...


Challenges in RFID Enabled Supply Chain Management

by RFID study group at Pennsylvania State University

Supply chain management is the fastest growing application of radio frequency identification devices (RFID), but few organizations are equipped to deal with the accompanying flood of information. Most definitions of RFID emphasize the technological...


Don't Forget the People

by Iyer, Srijayan N.

Standard practice in quality management has been focused on establishing good systems for quality, but many organizations see these efforts fall short of objectives. The problem is the lack of linkage between the way the workforce perceives and...


Statistics Roundtable: A Way to Generate Control

by Mason, Robert L.; Young, John C.

A regression model can be a useful tool for monitoring a process. In an earlier article, we suggested using a regression model to study the linear relationship among the variables of a multivariate process....


Market Focused, Value Driven - It's All About Gaps

by Reidenbach, Eric; Goeke, Reginald

Value is a leading indicator of market share and profitability. Six Sigma is a tool organizations can use to increase their value leadership. Because value gaps among competitors are defined by customers of all competing organizations, it is the voice...


New Frontiers in the Design of Experiments

by Kenett, Ron S.; Steinberg, David M.

Statistically designed experiments enable businesses to reduce time to market while achieving quality product performance that is critical to survival and success. R.A. Fisher first introduced them in the early 20th century to evaluate the results of...


One Size Does Not Fit All

by Foster, S. Thomas Jr.

It has been said that academia has lagged behind practice in the development of quality management methods and philosophies, yet academia has done a good job of propagating these concepts. Now academic research has developed two new concepts that will...


Promoting Quality In Your Organization

by Okes, Duke

A 2004 survey of industry executives showed that while nearly all agreed that quality favorably influences profits, few had actually used quality methods. Quality professionals can play a significant role in supporting performance management initiatives...


Statistics Roundtable: If You're Not Keeping Score, It's Just Practice

by Snee, Ronald D.

Despite the fundamental importance of measurement and measurement systems, statisticians and quality professionals engaged in process improvement and quality studies frequently find numerous gaps, including:...


Statistics Roundtable: Monitor Your Industrial Processes.

by Mason, Robert L.; Young, John C.

Models are often developed in industry to characterize and explain a process because they can show how process variables are interconnected and interrelated. Historically, two particular methods have been used to construct models to...


Your Customers Are Talking, But Are You Listening?

by Westcott, Russ

Few companies have a process to listen to their customers and act on the information. Without a method to measure how satisfied customers are, the door is left open to the competition. The listen, collect, analyze, learn, improve (LCALI) process can...


Statistics Roundtable: Play It Again, Sam

by Hare, Lynne B.

People who know a lot about old movies say Humphrey Bogart, who played Rick Blaine in Casablanca, never really said, "Play it again, Sam" to Dooley Wilson, who played Sam. But the saying continues to stick....


Salary Survey – 2005

by Phillips-Donaldson, Debbie

Full Survey

45 Section 6. Salary by Number of Work Hours Online Section 7. Salary by Nonexempt vs. Exempt Status Online Section 8. Salary by Number of Years' Quality Experience and Highest Level of Education Online Section 9. Salary by Number of Years in Current Pos...


Salary Survey – 2005

by ASQ

Self-consultant - Section 4. Gross Revenues and Rates by Age, Gender And Geographic Location

Home Country 33,164 142,000 $ 0 Average gross revenue ( Canadian dollars) $ 160,000 $ 120,000 $ 80,000 $ 40,000 Gender 10,100 46,000 Full- time Part- time Men Women FIGURE D Gross Revenue by Gender For Canadian Self- Employed Consultants 29,125 145,573 $...


Salary Survey – 2005

by ASQ

Regular Employee - Section 2. Salary by Number Of Years' Experience in the Quality Field

More than ( 17.7%) 20 years ( 6%) 10.1 to 20 ( 29.6%) years ( 31%) 6.1 to 10 ( 31.7%) years ( 31%) 3.1 to 6 ( 12.9%) years ( 22.6%) 1 to 3 ( 5.4%) years ( 7.1%) Less than ( 1.6%) 1 year ( 2.4%) $ 0 $ 40,000 $ 20,000 $ 60,000 Average salary ( Canadian dol...



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