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    • 1. Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers (JUSE) Justin Ray
    • 2. JUSE
      • “The objective of JUSE is to promote systematic studies needed for the advancement of science and technology, whereupon to contribute to the development of culture and industry.”
    • 3. Major Contributions
      • Quality
      • Statistical Quality Control
      • Deming Prize
    • 4. History
      • Pre-WWII Japan known for cheap, low-quality manufacturing.
    • 5. JUSE
      • Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers (JUSE)
        • Founded: May 1946
        • Founder: Ichiro Ishikawa
        • Rebuild Japan’s economy through engineering and technology
    • 6. Early Development
      • 1949 – Economic Stabilization Board
        • technological advancements abroad
      • Statistical Quality Control
    • 7. Statistical Quality Control
      • American mass production
      • E. S. Pearson
      • Walter Shewart
        • Inexpensive to implement
        • Reduce costs
        • Increase competitiveness
    • 8. Deming
      • W. Edwards Deming visits Japan 1947
      • Invited by JUSE to return in 1950
        • Reputation for statistical methods
        • “ Eight-Day Course on Quality Control”
    • 9. Deming
      • Eight-day seminars published by JUSE.
        • Elementary Principles of the Statistical Control of Quality
      • Deming donated royalties to JUSE.
        • Deming Prize
    • 10. Deming Prize
      • Est. 1950
      • Deming Prize for Individuals
        • “ . . . outstanding contributions to the study of TQM or statistical methods used for TQM.”
      • Deming Application Prize
        • “ . . . company that has achieved distinctive performance improvements through the application of TQM.”
    • 11. JUSE
      • Noteworthy Member
        • Kaoru Ishikawa
          • Son of JUSE founder, Ichiro Ishikawa
          • Leader in Japanese quality movement
          • Developed the basic seven tools of quality (B7)
          • Emphasized involving operating employees in quality improvement
          • Coined term: company-wide quality control
    • 12. JUSE Activities
      • Quality Month
        • Education and Training Courses
          • Quality Management, QC Circle
          • Reliability Engineering
          • Multivariate Analysis, Design of Experiment
          • Marketing Analysis, Sensory Evaluation, Products Liability
          • ISO Management System (QMS, EMS), OHSMS, ISMS and others.
    • 13. JUSE Activities
      • Also teaches many other seminars throughout the year on several management topics.
    • 14. Quality Control Circles
      • Small groups of front-line employees
      • Improve quality within their circle of influence
      • Improve workplace and learn from one another
    • 15. Quality Control Circles
      • Headquartered within JUSE organization
      • Branch offices assist with developing circles
      • Currently over 426,000 QC Circles registered in Japan
    • 16. Conclusion
      • JUSE early adopter of quality control.
      • World leader in providing quality control education for all industries.
      • Major contributor to the study and development of quality management.
    • 17. References
      • Foster, S. Thomas. 2007. Managing Quality: Integrating the Supply Chain. Third Edition. pp. 47-48.
      • Koyanagi, S. 1951. Statistical Quality Control in Japan. The American Statistician. Vol. 5, No. 5. pp. 8-9.
      • Tsutsui, William M. 1996. W. Edwards Deming an the Origins of Quality Control in Japan. Journal of Japanese Studies. Vol. 22, No. 2. pp. 295-325.
      • JUSE official website: http://www.juse.or.jp/e/index.html
      • The W. Edwards Deming Institute official website: http://deming.org/demingprize/prizeinfo.html
    • 18. Additional Readings
      • Nixon, Frank. 1962. Quality Achievements in Japan. The Statistician. Vol. 12, No. 2. pp. 119-124.
      • Marsh, Robert M. The Difference Between Participation and Power in Japanese Factories. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. Vol. 45, No. 2. pp. 250-257.

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