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Quality Essentials: Sturdy Materials, Sharp Eyes, Hard Data
You need to make keen observations of the workplace, whether with scheduled inspections or through real-time issue observation. But these moments in time become substantially more valuable if they can be aggregated to help you describe, justify, and make decisions about your quality program. Converting quality inspections, observations, and even everyday actions into easy-to-access data can provide the quantitative basis for higher-quality outcomes and better decision-making.

This webinar will help you understand how digitizing quality inspections and standard operating procedures can generate hard data that you can harness for operational improvements, metrics that drive cultural change, and analytics that encourage continuous organization-wide improvement, including:

• Why many quality metrics don't lead to improved outcomes
• Why digitization opens up possibilities that paper can't manage
• How "leading metrics" can drive organizational change
• How to derive value from ordinary, day-to-day tasks

Certificate of Attendance (0.1 CEU)
If you need a Certificate of Attendance, check the box in the form below. Be sure to include first and last name in registration form. You must attend the LIVE webinar for at least 50 minutes and answer a poll question to be eligible for 0.1 CEU credit. (Not available for on-demand webinars)

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Aug 23, 2022 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jake Freivald
Vice President @Fulcrum
Jake Freivald’s 25-year career in software has covered multiple technology specializations with a focus on data management and analytics. He places particular emphasis on helping businesspeople understand the practical requirements of modernization. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Cornell University.