Management

Quality Profession Must Continue Evolving

QUALITY PROFESSIONALS MUST PLAY A GREATER ROLE IN STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT.

Over the past few years I’ve written several articles concerning the transformation of the quality profession.


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Get Organized

Whether building an organization or society, manufacturing a coordinate measuring machine, or using that CMM to ensure only the highest-quality products leave your plant, being organized is key.


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INDUSTRY HEADLINE

New Survey Shows Keys to Recruitment of Women in Manufacturing

Survey taps one group of potential employees that should not be overlooked: young women.


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Dr. Michael Fübi Is the New CEO of TÜV Rheinland

Since 2012, Dr. Fübi has served as CEO for RWE Technology.


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Real-time Data Analysis to Define Next Generation of Manufacturing Systems

According to a new report from Frost & Sullivan, the MES market faces a growing demand.


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Jeff Andreson Joins Nanometrics as Chief Financial Officer

Andreson brings 30 years of finance experience in the capital equipment industry.


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Noted Quality Management Authority Michael J. Cleary Dies at 75

Cleary, Ph.D., founder and president of PQ Systems, died on September 10.


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INDUSTRY HEADLINE

U.S. Manufacturing Grows at Fastest Pace in Three Years

A surge in orders for plastics and metals have helped power the world’s largest economy past a global slowdown.


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What We Can Do About the Skills Gap

The skills gap in manufacturing is shaped by a myriad of factors. But what can we do to combat it?

It isn’t exactly news—manufacturing production lines are heading back to the States en masse, but there aren’t enough trained techs ready to staff them. Baby Boomers—our proverbial Old Guard—are retiring, leaving unfilled jobs for the unskilled—and some say uninterested—masses.


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The Power of Teams

Lets Hear it for Teams!

Yes, it’s true that teams can be ineffective, time-sucking entities. But they don’t have to be that way. Well-run teams are creative, innovative and effective.


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Charles J. Hellier has been active in the technology of nondestructive testing and related quality and inspection fields since 1957. Here he talks with Quality's managing editor, Michelle Bangert, about the importance of training.
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