This pocket guide is designed to be a quick, on-the-job reference for anyone interested in making their workplace more effective and efficient. It will provide a solid initial overview of what AqualityA is and how it could impact you and your organization. Use it to compare how you and your organization are doing things, and to see whether whatAs described in the guide might be useful. The tools of quality described herein are universal. People across the world need to find better, more effective ways to improve the creation and performance of products and services. Since organizational and process improvement is increasingly integrated into all areas of an organization, everyone must understand the basic principles of process control and process improvement. This succinct and concentrated guide can help. Unlike any other pocket guide on the market, included throughout are direct links to numerous free online resources that not only go deeper but also to show these concepts and tools in action: case studies, articles, webcasts, templates, tutorials, examples from the ASQ Service DivisionAs Service Quality Body of Knowledge (SQBOK), and much more. This pocket guide serves as a gateway into the wealth of peerless content that ASQ offers.Process lmpro vement Using Six Sigma:A DMAIC Guide (Milwaukee: ASO Quality Press, 2009). ... Lean Six Sigma Tools Webcast Series: 5Sa by Jack ReVelle: http://asq.org/2010I08/ six-sigma/LSS-tools-5s.html a#39; Webcast a aThe Seven Leananbsp;...
|Title||:||The ASQ Quality Improvement Pocket Guide|
|Author||:||Grace L. Duffy|
|Publisher||:||ASQ Quality Press - 2013-11-04|