Process Reliability Modeling: Determine The Cost Of Ineffective Process Management
Dr. Michael Abitz currently serves as professor emeritus at New Mexico junior college, Hobbs, New Mexico. He received his Doctorate in Management from Colorado Technical University and Master of Science in Quality Assurance from California State University. Certifications include Certified Six Sigma Quality Black Belt, and Online Curriculum Developer for Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
His areas of interest include teaching online, providing training to Pacific Rim suppliers in accelerated life testing of communications, computer and digital storage products; mentoring organizations in problem-solving and process improvement. Cost savings include $15.6 million in addition to $14 million in new sales.
Dr. Abitz’s experiences include aerospace and computer industries where he developed and presented training in organizational process improvement, reliability test methods, Six Sigma (35 classes) in addition to root causes failure analysis to US companies and Pacific Rim Suppliers.
Ineffective process management will result in a significant loss to organizations bottom line. The amount of loss depends upon your organizations Sigma Score, for example, a Sigma Score of 3 suggests a loss of 25% to 40% of sales (Sigma Scores vary from 2 to 6). A score of 6 suggests less than 1% of sales dollars are lost.
- Cost Justification: What is Your Organization’s Sigma Level
- Improvement Team Selection
- How to collect Process Information Without Bias
- Introduction to Process Reliability Modelling
- How to Apply Process Reliability Modeling to Determine Loss to Organization
- Identify Process Root Causes with Reality Charting
- The Model for Improvement
- Example of Results
Who Should Attend
This training is useful for all the individuals who want to learn process variation countermeasures. It would be ideal for:
- Senior executives
- Strategic leaders
- Quality Managers
- Product managers
- Manufacturing and R&D Managers
- Quality Professionals/Consultants
- ISO Coordinators/Management Representatives
- Engineers and Supervisors
- Laboratory quality professionals
Why Should Attend
Traditional methods of Process Improvement demonstrate high failure rates: Business Process Reengineering (BPR) 50% to 85%, Total Quality Management (TQM) 75%, and Six Sigma 50% to 90%. Proactive methods used in Process Reliability Modelling (PRM) will identify organizational issues before they result in loss of revenue.
Topics presented in this webinar will provide participants with the tools and methods needed for success. Methods presented in this webinar are effective for identifying and correcting problems by teams and process owners.