Tag Archive: quality

Jul
23

The Crow & the Pitcher… Quality Lessons from Aesop

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We came across an article from Lifehacker the other day discussing childhood fables and other moral stories that are applicable to adults as well. One of the stories shared resonated with us.  It’s Aesop’s The Crow & the Pitcher: The Story: A crow is flying around on an abnormally hot summer day looking for water. He …

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Jul
07

To 30 years of reducing quality risks & cost…

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In 1984, Mr. Ed Sanchez started an organization that set out to reduce quality risks and cost.  His vision was to “not be the biggest, but the best,” and we have certainly lived up to those expectations over the last 30 years! Pro QC was started and is still headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.  In recognition …

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Jul
02

What the “Blog Boom” means to us… Because quality always matters

ASQ’s Quality Progress July issue discusses the “Blog Bloom” and incorporates feedback from a few of the Influential Voices in the industry. I’m delighted to say that I’ve been an Influential Voice from the start.  It’s been a truly rewarding experience, and I’m excited to be included in this issue. In the QP article, I …

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Jun
20

Remembering Philip B. Crosby… “Quality is free”

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June 18th would have been Philip B. Crosby’s birthday. He lived through 2001 and is internationally recognized for his ideas on quality management practices. Crosby was an engineer at heart. As a quality engineer developing the Pershing Missile, he conceptualized the idea of Zero Defects. Quality is Free likely sits on the bookshelves of many …

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May
29

Closing out World Trade Month

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“World Trade Month in May stems from World Trade Week, which was established as a way to promote local businesses. It has since grown into a month-long initiative to highlight US trade relationships and local and national trade events. As the WTCDC, part of the mission is to facilitate and enhance the exchange of goods …

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