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Quality Management Data - Historical Analysis

Posted by Mary McAtee on Mar 04, 2014 @ 11:00 AM

Tribal Knowledge: Quality Management Data for Historical Analysis                                     

Ever since people began handing down information from person to person and parent to child, there has been something called tribal knowledge. Almost everyone can point to a specific skill they have or knowledge they possess that was transferred to them by an elder. This elder may have been a relative, a community member, a teacher or a coworker. I certainly rely regularly on wisdom and skills I gained from all of the above. One situation in particular stands out in my memory as a teachable moment I have never forgotten.                                                                       

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Topics: Quality Management Systems, Quality Management Software, IBS America, Mary McAtee, Quality Data Management, Best Practices

Help Define Quality Management Best Practices

Posted by Stephen Cummings on Feb 11, 2013 @ 01:27 PM

Depending on the culture, size, industry and the challenges that you are facing, your organization focuses on employees, customers, or business optimization and leverage various processes, tools, metrics and controls during the implementation of their Quality Management programs. This study, conducted by the Aberdeen Group, will allow your organization to benchmark itself against peers and Best-in-Class companies according to its ability to provide safe and on-spec products to the marketplace and track these products across the extended value chain.

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Topics: Quality Management Systems, Quality Control in Manufacturing, Best Practices

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