The 7 Basic and 7 New QC Tools have been used successfully in manufacturing, service and trading companies. The beauty of the tools is in their simplicity. Yes, your employees will need to be trained on how to use them, but, you will not need engineers or statisticians to manage them on a day to day basis. In fact, Kaoru Ishikawa (of the famous Ishikawa Diagram) designed these tools to be used by ordinary workers with little or no training in statistics. High school graduates should be able to use these tools.
Date posted: October 13, 2014
Mr. Rafael M. Pefianco delivered the talk “Smart Steps to Inventory Management in the Government” at the Philippine Heart Center. Rafael M. Pefianco of RMP Consultancy discussed how the concepts of “Lean”, “Just in Time” and “Six Sigma” might be used effectively in a hospital environment.
Date posted: September 21, 2014
Root cause analysis is a technique for identifying the underlying causes of why an incident occurred so that the most effective solutions can be identified and implemented. It’s typically used when something goes wrong, but it can also be used when something goes well. Our root cause analysis seminar improves the way people analyze, document, communicate and solve problems.
Date posted: September 18, 2014
If you have a problem that keeps recurring, even if you think you have already cured it, maybe you were able to treat only the symptoms and may have not yet identified the root cause of the problem. Root Cause Analysis could be helpful to you here. Identifying the root cause of a problem allows you to take the steps to finally solve it and prevent it from occurring again. This saves your organization time, money, and resources.
Date posted: September 17, 2014