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Grand Daddy Of Quality - Vilfredo Pareto - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Grand-Daddy of Quality: Vilfredo Pareto

What’s the secret Quality connection between Italy and Japan? The Pareto Chart! Signore Pareto provided his 80/20 rule and Dr. Ishikawa created the Pareto Chart and included it in his 7 Basic Quality Tools. Voila! (that’s French) An international pairing was born to help pave the problem solving path. Vilfredo…

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Grand Daddy Of Quality - Joseph Juran - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Grand-Daddy of Quality: Joseph M. Juran

Dr. Juran was a Quality Man with a Quality Life, and, after celebrating 81 years, clearly a Quality marriage! Time to tip our hats to the man who pointed out that sometimes inspection costs more than the defects themselves. Huzzah! December 24th would have marked Mr. Juran’s 115th birthday -…

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Machine Guarding Solution With Lean Six Sigma - GoLeanSixSigma.com

Machine Guarding Solution With Lean Six Sigma

Used in almost every setting from multinational corporations, distribution, government, to small private companies, the pedestal/bench grinder tool remains among the top 10 in Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited violations. But by combining Job Hazard Analysis, Six Sigma Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis, Pareto, and Lean Autonomation, safety risks…

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Pareto Principle

The Pareto Principle is a quality principle that asserts that the majority of effects come from a minority of causes. AKA the 80/20 rule, 80% of effects come from 20% of causes. For a better understanding of the Pareto Principle and an overview of Lean Six Sigma, check out our Free Lean Six…

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