R&R refers to repeatability and reproducibility within a Measurement Systems Analysis. Repeatability refers to one…
Here are our top picks for Lean Six Sigma success stories and news from around the web for the week of August 17, 2015.
Dane Grey is the president of Jacksonville based Elite Parking Services of America and was presented the Governor’s Business Ambassador Award last week. Not only is Dane Grey a notable man, but his company, Elite Parking is a technology driven parking management firm that focuses on Public Private Partnerships across the United States. The parking operations are deployed through a newly developed cloud based parking concept that “incorporates Lean concepts, value stream mapping, industry best practices, and a Six Sigma focus by providing state of the art technology designed to lower client cost, increase efficiency, and increase employee productivity.”
Managing Risk And Driving Profitability With Today’s Process Analytical Technologies In the Pharmaceutical Industry
Lean Six Sigma, Total Quality Management, and Continuous Improvement Strategy are common discussions in manufacturing plans. All these techniques have one goal in common: “to develop processes that maximize productivity and consistency and minimize risk to workers, consumers, and to the company.” The pharmaceutical industry is now starting to identify what process parameters most affect product quality and then devise control strategies to assure consistent quality production. The risk of striving for Six Sigma is said to far outweigh the cost of implementation of process control strategies.