December 18, 2013 | Barb Carr

What To Do When Process Variation and Non-Valued Activity Are Part of Your Current Quality Improvement System!

What do you do when process variation and non-valued activity are part of, or in some cases even created by, your current Quality Improvement System? Attend our 2-Day Pre-Summit Course (April 7 & 8, 2014 in Horseshoe Bay, Texas):

TapRooT® Quality/Six Sigma/Lean Advanced Root Cause Analysis Training

This course was created to increase the efficiency of your activities by combining the strengths of Six Sigma, Lean and the TapRooT® Process.

See how you can improve your quality system with a “zero quality” perspective that minimizes the impact of “error” and allows the organization to recover quickly without significant impact to your customer.

There is no doubt that product defects, customer complaints, delays in projects, and failure of your quality system to respond in a timely manner erode financial gains and makes a company more susceptible to losing their customer to the competition. What is in question is what role the Quality System plays in not predicting, creating or not correcting the issues listed in the above statement.

Lean Six Sigma applied with CORRECT FACTS, sponsorship and ownership can reduce process variation and process waste. With this in mind, our exclusive 2-Day Pre-Summit Course,  TapRooT® Quality/Six Sigma/Lean Advanced Root Cause Analysis Training will introduce some of the key components of waste and variation (Learn more.)

Root Cause Analysis
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