Tag Archive: manufacturing

Apr
25

What is Responsible Sourcing & How Do You Manage It Effectively?

Our latest video discusses a topic increasing in relevancy. Responsible Sourcing is also a topic we’ll be discussing next week at ASQ’s annual World Conference on Quality & Improvement.  Visit us in Booth 607, or attend one or both of our sessions on Monday, May 1st. 3pm – 4pm M26: Managing Supplier Social Responsibility: On-Site Audits …

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Apr
05

Too much quality?

Wichita’s NPR station recently focused an OnWords piece related to quality. Consider the following: “You can usually tell that an organization has stopped caring about quality when it becomes the only thing they talk about.” As quality professionals, we revel in the fact that organizations might be talking too much about quality. In that scenario, …

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Feb
02

Resolving issues w/ QC in the textile/garment industry

The International Journal of Information, Business and Management recently reported on the garment industry and the impact on quality in the current environment. Garment factories in Bangladesh have been the site of rights abuses and fatal accidents. The industry also faces its share of traditional business challenges, including mounting international competition and a lack of formal quality …

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Oct
04

Support Manufacturing Education & Awareness on October 7th

“Manufacturing is more than just putting parts together. It’s coming up with ideas, testing principles and perfecting the engineering, as well as final assembly.” ~James Dyson We post this quote predictably each year as Manufacturing Day approaches.  This year, Manufacturing Day will be observed on October 7th. What is Manufacturing Day?  “Manufacturing Day℠ is a …

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Aug
02

Avoiding Product Recalls

Over the years, we’ve had our share of inquiries related to organizations seeking to resolve a recall situation.  While many of these calls are reactive, a proactive approach is recommended to avoid the cost and overall impact to stakeholders. How can you avoid product recalls?  Know Product Safety Requirements –  Avoiding recalls generally starts with product design …

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