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Basic Tools for Quality Improvement
Improving quality of products and services is key to maintaining competitive edge in today’s business environment. Companies of all sizes, whether involved in delivery of service or manufacturing products of any kind, should practice one of the many available modern quality improvement methodologies like Six Sigma, TQM and ISO-9000. While formal implementation of any of these approaches may create strain on your resource and time, some form of quality awareness training is an effective way to change the mindset. For example, employees at all level in the organization, regardless of their roles and responsibilities, can easily learn a few basic quality improvement tools and immediately apply it in quality improvement activities within the organization.
This brief session is designed for participants with minimum education to learn a few proven quality improvement philosophies and learn how to apply common quality improvement techniques including the seven basic tools.
Upon completion, the attendees are able to:
Topics of Discussions
Course Objective and Introduction
Quality Operating Philosophies
Value of Team and Consensus Decisions
Basic Quality Tools
Cause-And-Effect Diagram (Ishikawa Diagram)
Scatter Diagram (Trend Chart)
Project Schedule Management (Gantt Chart)
Advanced Techniques (TRIZ, QFD, DOE/Taguchi, FMEA, SPC, Process Capabilities, etc)
Prerequisites: There are no specific prerequisites for this course
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