Monthly Archives: September 2014

My PhD visual control board

As indicated previously, I have had a go at a visual management board to help me work this year and to help me feel like I am progressing. We have been advised to read 2 papers a day (so that … Continue reading

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The Future of Quality is Revolutionary

Quality and Innovation Image Credit: Dave Herod Photography (c) 2014 In his August post, ASQ CEO Bill Troy asks “Is the future of quality evolutionary or revolutionary?“ My answer is unequivocal: it’s revolutionary. We’re going to need new models for … Continue reading

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