Digitizing quality and operational data unlocks potential process improvements.
August 18, 2021
Making substantial manufacturing process improvements starts with changing the way your company collects, stores, and analyzes important data. Learn why digitizing quality data is a crucial first step toward manufacturing digital transformation.
Discover how cloud-based quality management helps you change the way you see and use data.
June 11, 2021
Beverage bottlers need solutions that empower meaningful performance improvements based on data-driven insights. This kind of digital transformation is accelerated when you move quality management to the cloud.
Companies with cloud-based quality management systems can dramatically reduce audit time and improve auditor trust.
June 10, 2021
Audits can drain the resources of even the most organized manufacturers—but they don’t have to. Learn how moving quality management to the cloud enables a digital transformation that dramatically reduces the time, effort, and stress of compliance and audits.
If your manufacturing organization has grown beyond a few locations, it’s critical to get everyone on the same page and keep them there. Learn how to standardize operations and reduce complexity across all your facilities.
Manufacturers are increasingly participating in EHSQ programs. They realize that worker well-being, operational excellence, and compliance aren’t only ethically important, they’re also good business: Organizations with excellent safety, health, and environmental programs outperformed the S&P 500 by 3-5 percent.
Even in today’s constantly evolving world, there remains a truism. Those who are more successful produce better results than many of their peers. They do it better and faster than their counterparts. This is not intuitive for everyone. It has to be developed or redefined.
In a recent quality management class, group discussion centered on frustration in the workplace resulting from lack of appropriate employee recognition. Several people recounted how disappointing it was to go “above and beyond” only to find there was little appreciation for what was accomplished.
What do you call a leader with no followers? A guy taking a walk. It is a line from The West Wing that I often think about. Within the context of the scene and the character, it is a response to a potential loss of leadership.