ENBIS-13 in Ankara

15 – 19 September 2013 Abstract submission: 5 February – 5 June 2013

Problem Session

18 September 2013, 10:15 – 11:15

The goal of this extended session is to share a number of tools and techniques which I use during my work as a consultant and trainer. The principles of Six Sigma and Lean are widely taught. However, I believe there is a new 'battle' ground for business improvement philosophies. These are tools and techniques which all employees should know, understand and use in their daily work ,not just a select few belts or 'other improvement rankings'.

I will layout my proposal and use real examples and exercises to demonstrate the potential value of what I have called my 'new quality tools', my presentation is available to view for more detail.

In short, I believe the time has come for a new Quality Renaissance and ENBIS should lead the way.

 

Abstract

Submitted by
Jonathan Smyth-Renshaw
Authors
Jonathan Smyth-Renshaw (Jonathan Smyth-Renshaw & Associates Ltd)
Abstract
The goal of this extended session is to share a number of tools and techniques which I use during my work as a consultant and trainer. The principles of Six Sigma and Lean are widely taught. However, I believe there is a new 'battle' ground for business improvement philosophies. These are tools and techniques which all employees should know, understand and use in their daily work, not just a select few belts or 'other improvement rankings'.

I will layout my proposal and use real examples and exercises to demonstrate the potential value of what I have called my 'new quality tools', my presentation is available to view for more detail.

In short, I believe the time has come for a new Quality Renaissance and ENBIS should lead the way.
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