Everyday Quality: Top 5 – #worldqualitymonth

Although we should be focusing on quality all twelve months out of the year, it is nice to have a recognized international dedication to something so important and relevant in today’s global environment. ASQ (American Society for Quality) and others have been spreading the word about November’s World Quality Month for …

Meet our team…

One of the most popular articles in our quarterly newsletter is “Get Acquainted”, where we introduce someone on our team and discuss their role within the organization, as well as their backgrounds and interests. Due to the popularity of this content, we have also incorporated a “The Team” photo folder …

Why quality, why now?

Why quality? At the end of the day, successfully incorporating quality into corporate-wide practices will cost you less, not more, and reap some fairly distinguishable benefits, like… A decrease in costs due to less reworking, consequently producing less scrap Social responsibility (they go hand-in-hand) An improvement in productivity due to less time …

Acceptance sampling isn’t scary

As it turns out, a significant number of people find the Pro QC site searching for sampling and sampling related terms such as ANSI Z1.4 or MIL-STD-105E  (no longer in use).  In speaking with organizations, I’ve also detected a certain level of fear regarding how to approach an acceptance sampling …

Supply chain management basics

I recently stumbled on a series of videos produced by Arizona State University and the W.P Carey School of Business’ Department of Supply Chain Management (ASU-WPC-SCM) relating to the basics of SCM.  While basic in nature, the series is well organized and appears to piece together SCM quite well.  As …