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Principle 5: System approach to management Identifying, understanding, and managing a system of interrelated processes for a given objective all contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization Principle 6: Continual improvement objective of the organization Continual improvement is a permanent
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Principle 7: Factual approach to decision making Effective decisions and actions are based on the logical and intuitive analysis of data and information Principle 8: Mutually beneficial supplier relationships Mutually beneficial relationships between the organization and its supplier enhance the ability of both organizations to create value Act promptly to resolve customer concerns Enclose a brief survey form with the final invoice requesting information on the customer s opinions and expectations Listen with great care to every one of your customer s ideas and suggestions, and thank them for their input
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For these principles to be effective, all business executives and managers have to first understand and then agree that quality management is essential to the success of the business Once that agreement has been reached and you have full sponsorship at the highest level in the organization, the commitment must be communicated and enforced all the way down to each and every employee All employees and managers must be involved in the process All too often, employees are reluctant to report quality problems, feeling that they would be rocking the boat or seen as criticizing coworkers (whistleblowers) to management Every employee must understand that their job and the prosperity of the company depend on quality products and services, and that teamwork and cooperation are essential to ensure quality
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Tools and Techniques for Performing Quality Control
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Many tools and techniques are used for quality control Some of them are listed in this section Check sheets are sometimes referred to as a tool used for quality control as well; they are simple sheets used for collecting data in real time The seven tools listed next are known as Ishikawa s seven basic tools of quality control:
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Cause-and-effect diagrams These are also known as Fishbone or Ishikawa diagrams Control charts Walter Shewhart began using control charts in 1924 Flowcharts These are used to identify failing process steps and used in risk analysis Histograms These are vertical bar charts, where the total area of a histogram always equals 1
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Pareto charts These charts use the 80/20 principle and show the number of defects by type or category Run charts These are line graphs similar to control charts, only without control limits Scatter diagrams These show the relationship between two variables Here s a list of some quality control techniques:
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Pareto Diagram (Pareto s Law)
Named after Vilfredo Pareto, this diagram is used in quality assurance and is a special type of bar chart where the values being plotted are arranged in descending order The graph is accompanied by a line on the graph that shows the cumulative totals of each category from left to right Pareto diagrams are conceptually related to Pareto s Law (you have probably heard of this as the 80/20 Rule or Principle), which states that a relatively small number of causes (20 percent) will typically produce the majority (80 percent) of the problems or defects The Pareto diagram is a form of histogram (see Figure 8-4)
Lessons Learned
With every project, we learn more about what worked and what didn t A good project manager will document those lessons and use the information gained to improve on the next project and the next, which is why lessons learned are such a vital component in quality control
14 Principles of the Toyota Way
We have learned a great deal from the pioneers of quality, the theorists and gurus mentioned in this chapter, and from the many quality references shown as well Another great reference for lessons learned is The Toyota Way: 14 Management Principles from the World s Greatest Manufacturer, by Dr Jeffrey K Liker (McGraw-Hill, 2004) These principles exemplify quality and have propelled the Toyota Motor Corporation into the
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