0307 Quality Control & Supply Chain Management
Part of the Business Processes Section of the CEA Curriculum
Part 1 of this section reviews the major concepts in Quality Control and demonstrates how small businesses can benefit from their implementation.
Quality Control (QC) applies to all businesses, whether they produce a product or a service. QC concepts can dramatically improve customer satisfaction, reduce “after the sale” costs and pour savings directly to the bottom line.
In part 2, we discuss why supply chain management is so important to any kind of venture and show you techniques you can start to utilize today.
Supply Chain Management is also known as logistics. It is the flow of goods between the point of origin and the point of consumption. The resources managed in logistics apply to all kinds of businesses, not just large enterprises.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the overarching concepts of six sigma
- List Jurans ten step QC approach
- Describe Edwards Deming’s approach to quality control
- List the 8 ISO 9000 principles
|Part 1 - Quality Control|
|Understanding Quality Control||FREE||00:03:00|
|Overview of Six Sigma||00:02:00|
|Joseph Juran and Quality Control||00:02:00|
|Edwards Deming Approach to Quality Control||00:04:00|
|Six Sigma – A Deeper Dive||00:04:00|
|ISO 9000 – A Deeper Dive||00:04:00|
|Practical Quality Control||00:02:00|
|Design and Reiteration in Quality Control||00:03:00|
|Quality Control Applications||00:02:00|
|Wrap Up and Take Aways of Quality Control||00:01:00|
|Part 2 - Supply Chain Management|
|Understanding Supply Chain Management||00:07:00|
|Supply Chain Principles||00:07:00|
|Managing the Supply Chain||00:04:00|
|Supply Chain Networks||00:03:00|
|The Focus on Purchasing||00:06:00|
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