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In addition to the three Ps of sustainable development—people, planet and profit—organizations also should apply these additional seven Ps to enhance the integration of management system requirements into business processes to empower passionate people to deliver high-quality products.
Jeffrey Liker, author of the international best-seller The Toyota Way: 14 Management Principles from the World’s Greatest Manufacturer, walks us through the concept of Kata and how it can be used to develop scientific thinking and engage employees in continuous improvement.
Good data is a source of myriad opportunities, while bad data is a tremendous burden. Companies that manage their data effectively can achieve a competitive advantage in the marketplace, while bad data can weaken and kill an organization. This comprehensive book provides guidance on the different aspects of data quality with the aim to be able to improve data quality.
To help software developers and experience designers protect users, this study introduces conscious reality (CoRe) questions: a checklist tool to help them create mindful content that will enhance the quality and integrity of extended reality (XR) applications.
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This reference manual is designed to help those interested in passing the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) examination and others who want a handy reference to the appropriate materials needed to conduct successful Green Belt projects.
LSSR: Attribute Gage R&R
Measurement systems are routinely analyzed using traditional gage repeatability and reproducibility (R&R) studies. This case study follows the measurement phase of a Black Belt project where the simplest form of the attribute gage R&R is credited with saving a company more than $400,000 annually.
ISO 9001:2015 requires top management review of an organization’s quality management system. Management review participants often complain that these meetings are a waste of time because the information already has been covered. How can these meetings be restructured so they add value?