The Pareto Principle
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’sexperiences 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.
Managing and working smart on the right things is critical for success. It is not only important to do things right but also to ensure you are doing the right things. Pareto Analysis will serve as a reminder to stay focused on the critical few and not waste time on the trivial many.
- Cost Justification: What is Your Organization’s Sigma Level?
- Improvement Team Selection
- How to collect Process Information Without Bias
- Introduction to Pareto Analysis
- The Problem with the Pareto
- How to Create and Benefit from Pareto Analysis
- 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:
- Strategic leaders
- Quality Managers
- Product managers
- Manufacturing and R&D Managers
- Quality Professionals/Consultants
- Engineers and Supervisors
- Laboratory quality professionals
Why Should Attend
Methods presented in this webinar are effective for identifying and correcting problems by teams and process owners with properly implemented improvement methods such as Pareto Analysis, Reality Charting, and The Model for Improvement.
Webinar also covers why it is important to be careful and limitations of Pareto Analysis.