While you typically don't want to see or hear the words quality and fail together, a quality fail can be quite amusing. Here are a few examples of the lighter side of quality. PLEASE NOTE: Two websites are mentioned in this story as credit for the photos used. Other content on these sites may be considered "not safe for work" or offensive in nature.
This episode of ASQ focuses on certificates and certifications for professional development, career... [more]
Using Kaizen methods and having a clear solution in mind, Vinay Goyal, Product Stewardship Project Lead,... [more]
This Sime Darby team--2016 ITEA finalist--used DMAIC to reduce costs, waste, and meeting the company's... [more]
Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO at AARP, discusses innovative service quality, the process of change, and the... [more]
This episode of ASQ TV explores the culture of quality. Brien Palmer, author of Making Change Work,... [more]
Auditing expert and ASQ fellow Dennis Arter shares tips and advice for auditors and auditees.
Learn why ISO 9001:2008, one of the world's best known standards, is being revised. Then hear about the... [more]
Recalls can be one of the most challenging aspects of the quality professional's job. In this episode,... [more]
Organizations perceive risk management in three general ways. Carol Fox, Director, Strategic and... [more]
In this episode, learn why less is more! We cover all things lean: What it is and what makes lean... [more]
Voice of the customer, or V-O-C, is the ongoing collection of customer needs and expectations-both... [more]
Culture is the driving force of quality. Creating and sustaining a quality culture are much-discussed... [more]