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Qa 3 best practices

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Three original implementations of the quality assurance role in two different companies. How creative management can solve the problem of making QA be both a career path and a positive influence in …

Three original implementations of the quality assurance role in two different companies. How creative management can solve the problem of making QA be both a career path and a positive influence in the process improvement path.

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  • The purpose of this webinar is to discuss issues that impact the effectiveness of IT organizations. Our discussion will be limited to IT Service Delivery (problem resolution, consultation requests, enhancements and projects). We will not be addressing Infrastructure or Operations Management issues.
  • Entry-Level Critical Work Functions Ensure materials, processes and final product meet quality specifications. Support and maintain quality systems. Comply with local, federal and company health, safety and environmental regulations. Identify unsafe conditions and take corrective actions. Entry-Level Technical Content Areas Quality Assurance Meeting Customer Needs Lean Manufacturing Quality Management Systems and Tools Industry Standards Improving Quality Introduction to Statistical Process Control Sampling and Charting Problem Solving Tools Inspecting for Quality Inspecting Raw/Incoming Materials Inspecting In-Process Product Inspecting Final Products Continuous Improvement Business Process Reengineering Systems Analysis Data Analysis Performance improvement strategies Technician-Level Critical Work Functions Monitor production for product and process quality Employ audits and inspections to maintain the quality and continuous improvement process Correct the product and process to meet quality standards Suggest and/or implement continuous improvement actions Technician-Level Technical Content Areas Probability and Statistics Data Analysis and Presentation Presentation Skills Query-Based Intermediate Computer Skills Facilitation Skills Business Case Statistical Process Control Methods Factor Analysis Capability Analysis- Inspection/Test/Validation Reliability Analysis Acceptance Sampling Quality Assurance Audits ISO 9000 Audit Procedures Corrective and Preventive Actions Eliminating Non-Conformities Verification and Documentation Documentation Creation Benchmarking and Best Practice
  • Fix what hasn’t been working: Academic approach: Literal Interpretation: Infrastructure: Management Visibility: Process Changes: Fragmented Improvements: Build on things that Do work: Project management process: Significant effort in this area over the last 5 years. L2 discipline evident in recent mini-assessments.
  • Fix what hasn’t been working: Academic approach: Literal Interpretation: Infrastructure: Management Visibility: Process Changes: Fragmented Improvements: Build on things that Do work: Project management process: Significant effort in this area over the last 5 years. L2 discipline evident in recent mini-assessments.
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