The key to manufacturing resurgence in the United States will be applying the lessons learned from Mr. Deming and the Japanese market as well as producing products with excellent quality and lower costs. And, with the recent experience of the pandemic, now is the opportunity to make this happen.
Measuring the price of non conformity (PONC) is absolutely possible. If an organization were to eliminate some form of waste, then they could potentially eliminate the expense of that waste, and this savings would drop to the bottom line because profitability would be increased.
With core teachings in ERP, production, management, quality, and continuous improvement, here are 4 suggested reads from my library to yours.
When implementing ERP systems, we find it is common for companies to have "Bob jobs." This might work for a while, but what if something happens to Bob?
Your ERP should be THE essential tool to provide a powerful system independent from relying on key staff to get things done properly. Here's how it worked for us.
"Stuff happens" stifles innovation through complacency, which leads to less participation, but our job is prevent bad stuff from happening in the first place!
In the older versions of ISO 9000, companies were required to separate preventive actions from corrective ones. What's the difference? We'll show you.
Not many people know about the power of document management; so, let our CEO tell you a story about how we decreased our 62 step process to 8 easy steps with the help of DocStar.
From experience, the 8 most powerful words in business are "how can we prevent this from happening again?" Through quality control, we can help you answer that.
For 2021, we have a strategy for helping increase the importance of your IT role, especially when it comes to supporting Epicor.