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The Asq Pocket Guide To Root Cause Analysis

Author : Bjørn Andersen
ISBN : 9780873898638
Genre : Business & Economics
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All organizations experience unintended variation and its consequences. Such problems exist within a broad range of scope, persistence, and severity across different industries. Some problems cause minor nuisances, others leads to loss of customers or money, others yet can be a matter of life and death. The purpose of this pocket guide is to provide you with easily accessible knowledge about the art of problem solving, with a specific focus on identifying and eliminating root causes of problems. Root cause analysis is a skill that absolutely everybody should master, irrespective of which sector you work in, what educational background you have, and which position in the organization you hold. The content in this little pocket guide can contribute to disseminating this skill a little further in the world.

The Asq Pocket Guide To Failure Mode And Effect Analysis Fmea

Author : D.H. Stamatis
ISBN : 9780873898881
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The recognition that all well-managed companies are interested in preventing or at least minimizing risk in their operations is the concept of risk management analysis. This pocket guide explores the process of evaluation of risk by utilizing one of the core methodologies available: the failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA). The intent in this “Pocket FMEA” is to provide the reader with a booklet that makes the FMEA concept easy to understand and provide some guidelines as to why FMEA is used in so many industries with positive results. The booklet is not a complete reference on FMEA, but rather a summary guide for anyone who wants some fast information regarding failures and how to deal with them. It covers risk, reliability and FMEA, prerequisites of FMEA, what an FMEA is, robustness, the FMEA form and rankings, types of FMEA, and much more.

Failure Mode And Effects Analysis Fmea For Small Business Owners And Non Engineers

Author : Marcia M. Weeden
ISBN : 9780873899185
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is intended for small business owners and non-engineers such as researchers, business analysts, project managers, small non-profits, community groups, religious organizations, and others who want an assessment tool that can provide methods for: - identifying the areas or actions that may be at risk for failure - ranking the risks that they may be facing, and - determining the degree of threat being faced. While an FMEA is a tool of reliability engineering, this book sidesteps the complex approach that reliability engineering can take; therefore, it does not cover all aspects and applications of an FMEA. This book provides sufficient information about FMEAs, without requiring the expertise of an engineer or statistical analyst, to establish specifications and for making cost-effective, informed decisions. FMEAs are valuable for: - developing policies and standard operating procedures (SOPs) - developing system, design, and process requirements that eliminate or minimize the likelihood of failures - developing designs, methods, and test systems to ensure that errors or failures are automatically corrected, errors or failures are flagged for correction, the potential for errors or failures have been eliminated, or risks are reduced to acceptable levels - developing and evaluating of diagnostic systems, and - helping with design choices (trade-off analysis)

The Certified Quality Improvement Associate Handbook Third Edition

Author : Russell T. Westcott
ISBN : 9780873898904
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 32. 63 MB
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ASQ’s Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA) certification is designed to introduce the basics of quality to organizations and individuals not currently working within the field of quality. This book and the Body of Knowledge (BOK) it supports are intended to form a foundation for further study and application of proven quality principles and practices worldwide. The book follows the CQIA BoK in both content and sequence. The intent is that this book will serve as a guide to be used in preparation to take the CQIA examination given by ASQ. Each chapter stands alone, and the chapters may be read in any order. Some material reaching beyond the content of the BoK has been added. Supplemental reading suggestions are provided. An online, interactive sample exam and a paper-and-pencil sample can be found on the ASQ website (

Root Cause Analysis

Author : Duke Okes
ISBN : 9780873897648
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 89. 22 MB
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This book provides detailed steps for how to solve problems, focusing heavily on the analytical process involved in finding the actual causes of problems. It does so using a large number of figures, diagrams, and tools useful for helping make our thinking visible. The primary focus is on solving repetitive problems, rather than performing investigations for major incidents/accidents. Most of the terminology used is everyday language and can be used for both workplace and personal applications. Many of the examples will involve situations with which the reader will likely be familiar. The focus of the book is not on statistics but instead on the logic of finding causes. It has sometimes been described in training workshops as “Six Sigma lite” problem solving without the all the heavy statistics.

Visual Project Management

Author : Paul Williams
ISBN : 9781312827165
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The Strategic Knowledge Management Handbook

Author : Arun Hariharan
ISBN : 9780873899147
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 74. 69 MB
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The primary purpose of this book is to enable you to implement a strategic KM program in your business and derive business results from it. The contents of this book are relevant to any business—manufacturing or service, and also in education, not-for-profit, government, and other types of organizations. This book is written for business leaders and executives. It is particularly addressed to CEOs and senior management to help them understand how they can use KM as a strategy to achieve their business objectives. For KM professionals, the objective of this book is to help them to implement KM with real business results. While this book talks about various concepts related to KM, everything contained in the book is based on first-hand experience of helping the implementation of these concepts at several companies with significant business results, including some Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) award winners. The book largely tells its story through real examples.

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