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Organizations don’t want to push boulders. If you’re not wired to embrace change, there are measures you can take to help you adapt. Learn what you can do to strengthen your soft
This comprehensive book provides guidance on different aspects of data quality for improvement across industries. Balancing technical details and high-level discussions with illustrations and real-world examples, this very readable book will help students, academicians, professionals, and researchers of all levels further their knowledge.
The way improvement teams look at the human side of problems has evolved over the past few decades. Now, human errors are seen as consequences, not causes. This excerpt from the book, Human Error Reduction in Manufacturing, begins the discussion of how human errors represent a symptom of deeper root causes.
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This handbook supports the quality auditor Body of Knowledge (BoK) with new and expanded BoK topics, developed for the ASQ Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) program. New auditors, experienced auditors, audit managers, and quality managers can all find something useful in the practical auditing guidance this handbook covers.
James J. Rooney, Director, Training at ABS Group and Chair at ASQ Healthcare Technical Community, continues his basic overview of Root Cause Analysis in Part 2 of this webcast series. Catch up with Part 1 first.
This Quality Press article makes the argument for adopting the term “continuous improvement” in place of “continual improvement” based on philosophical foundations and its prevalence in the ISO community. By juxtaposing the terms, a common definition of “continuous improvement” is also proposed for use in ISO 9000.