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Name: Jennifer Stepniowski
Date registered: May 11, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Negotiating in the global marketplace — March 31, 2014
  2. Selecting the best quality tool to meet your objectives — March 20, 2014
  3. Language translation challenges for businesses — March 17, 2014
  4. Pass the exam! Certification study tips… — March 13, 2014
  5. Best Practices For Minimizing Global Supplier Risk — February 27, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. 5 Reasons Packaging Integrity Matters — 2 comments
  2. Preparing for an audit — 1 comment
  3. Short and simple… The Fishbone Diagram explained — 1 comment
  4. Using a Grid Analysis for Supplier Selection — 1 comment
  5. Checklists! — 1 comment

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Successful New Year’s Resolutions – Using Quality Tools

blank list of resolutions on blackboard

Throughout the world, personal resolutions (commitments) are made as the year comes to an end. From ancient Babylonians returning borrowed objects and paying debts to medieval knights taking the “peacock vow” and re-affirming their commitment to chivalry, starting fresh with each New Year is a timeless practice. Surprisingly, it is estimated that as many as …

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Lucky Draw Winners!


We are happy to announce the iPad winners from our recent client feedback survey Lucky Draw. We appreciate everyone that provided us with the critical feedback we need to continuously improve. Congratulations to the following three clients: – Affinia Products LLC – Mr. Anthony Ryan – Contour Products INC. – Mr. H. Bruce Edmondson – …

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Quality testing adventure… Evaluating strollers


They say you should walk 10,000 steps per day, and our engineers in China are hitting the mark as they road test these strollers through various road conditions. Sebastian Oarcea, Pro QC’s Chief Engineer, explains the evaluation in more detail below. Purpose:  To determine the functionality and performance of the strollers in a real-life operating …

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What is an American National Standard anyway?


We recently tuned into a webinar offered by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) and thought they did a great job discussing standards and the relationship of ANSI to ANS and the international marketplace. The follow-up resources they sent out should be shared: A summary of the value of the ANS process is available at …

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The Value of Quality – It Makes a Difference


Thank you to Quality Magazine for providing additional data to suggest investing in quality makes a difference. According to the information posted from the 14th Annual Spending Survey: 57% of those surveyed say the importance of quality is somewhat or much more important than the year before. Another 40% put it at about the same. …

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