The course focuses on managing the early growth of newly established businesses, and covers the needs of businesses. The course employs theoretical concepts and models from an international business perspective and is designed to help students to develop their own leadership potential in preparation for managerial roles. Students will make use of theoretical concepts, paradigms and frameworks in actual cases and learn to use analytical and innovative thinking to determine solutions and recommendations to issues relating to performance management and control.
Quality In Manufacturing Case Studies Some real-world examples of how manufacturers are using quality tools and processes to improve their work and the bottom line. To achieve these goals, the team developed and implemented a structured process management approach across the business unit.
By defining and then standardizing key processes, the unit minimized variation, shared best practices, and sustained improvements. The project improved customer satisfaction, reduced costs of poor quality, and saved millions of dollars.
DMAIC Roadmap Leads Boston Scientific Heredia to Reengineer Packaging Lines Corporate rates of improvement at Boston Scientific represent a yearly challenge and opportunity to improve and exceed different operation indicators such as service and efficiency, safety, quality, and cost within the company.
A DMAIC roadmap provides a standardized and recognized set of tools to be used as methodology during part of the project implementation, based on a lean manufacturing point of view.
Using the DMAIC methodology and a variety of quality tools, the team uncovered root causes and created solutions to improve the efficiency of natural gas consumption. Using a variety of quality tools, including process mapping, brainstorming, and root-cause analysis, the team created a new cleaning procedure.
Meeting all objectives, the project resulted in significant annual cost savings for the company. Founded inCorning is known for innovations in the development of glass products and glass- and ceramics-based applications. Its commitment to manufacturing what it invents contributes to its success in serving consumer and industrial markets for the past years.
In this case study you'll read the situation analysis of the challenges that Corning, a Baldrige Award recipient, faced in its sustainable performance excellence journey and some of the implementation activities of the Corning performance excellence team, along with results they experienced.
With just a year to transform the failing chemical unit at Trident Group, the company's unit head formed an improvement team to analyze performance metrics and find a solution to improve the previously successful unit. The company partnered with Japan Business Consultants, Ltd. A Six Sigma improvement team used quality tools including trend charts, Pareto charts, and cause-and-effect diagrams to analyze the failure modes for the reported defects, finding that many were not being covered by product testing processes.
A combination of technical innovation tools, including test coverage analysis, fault insertion, and a test methods selection matrix, along with Six Sigma process improvement and statistical tools, led the team to the solution of adding new testing items and a new testing station to the process.
The team turned to lean and the Red X approaches they use to solve vehicle performance issues to increase their output of completed projects by making the problem-solving process more efficient.
The team redesigned the process in just two weeks, improving carpet quality and strengthening Ford's relationship with the supplier.
Within two years after landing his first job, he received two promotions and tripled his salary. The improvement team reduced defects in parts per million by a factor of 28 times as sales increased by 54 percent.
Naval Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center, used a series of kaizen events to shorten service lead time by 68 percent. By creating a paperless process, the team handled a percent increase in work and eliminated at least 70, paper copies per year.
July Using a three-tiered approach that included technology- process- and people-related solutions, MEDRAD reduced errors in product history records by 26 percent. In just 11 months, Bosch Communications earned certification to both ISO and AS, the international quality management system standard for the aerospace industry.
The skills he developed as a quality auditor and the knowledge he gained from the certification process have remained applicable to the world of training and documentation. Using quality tools, a company team found a way to conserve fuel and save millions of dollars.
This combination ensures improvement efforts are aligned with business imperatives and contributes to a culture of accountability. The group was one of three teams to earn a silver medal in the International Team Excellence Competition.
The Bug and the Slurry: Understanding recent changes not only in customer requirements but also in customer processes proved to be key to the solution. Leveraging Six Sigma methods and tools, the Indiana based diesel maker successfully completed an HR project involving a labor union.
Quality Progress, April Overview On the following pages we outline some of the key environmental manufacturing issues that are facing the pharmaceutical industry and for which we are seeking to form research collaborations. This article was originally written, on request, for Risk Group LLC, for their December edition on health care r-bridal.com has been reposted here, reformatted for this web site, and as with most articles on this site, has and will be updated more as time allows.
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