This webinar will discuss in detail Process Reliability Modeling (PRM) method including its history, the process, validation, and results of effective management, sigma score and customer satisfaction. Attendees will learn how to convert qualitative information into quantitative data to determine process and system reliability.
Why Should You Attend:
Process Reliability Modeling (PRM) is a very sensitive measurement instrument used to identify areas of processes contributing to loss of revenue and customer dissatisfaction. PRM was created to satisfy requirements for Doctoral degree.
Traditional methods of process improvement demonstrate high failure rates: Business Process Reengineering (BPR) 50% to 85%, Total Quality Management (TQM) 75%, and Six Sigma 90%.
Proactive methods such as PRM will result in processes that are effective, efficient and reliable. PRM has its roots in reliability engineering. Through employee surveys qualitative information is converted to quantitative data to determine the likelihood of passing work through the entire organization. Processes with a low reliability score are flagged and root cause failure analysis methods are engaged. Methods for process improvement are presented in webinar.
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Who Will Benefit:
This training is useful for all the individuals who want to learn process variation countermeasures. It would be ideal for:
Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
Education & Training: ? Doctorate in Management, Colorado Technical University ? Master of Science in Quality Assurance, California State University ? Certified Quality Black Belt (two-year certification program) Current Employment: ? Adjunct Professor New Mexico Jr. College (NMJC), Hobbs, NM (Energy Technology) ? Webinar development and training Civilian Experience: ?Director of Quality Assurance: aerospace and computer industries (Inspector to Director) ?Developed and presented training: reliability engineering, root cause failure analysis, Six Sigma (35 courses) ?Provided training to pacific rim suppliers in accelerated life testing of communications, computer and digital storage products ?Cost savings $15M, generated $14M in sales ? Development and approval by NMJC Board of Directors, Higher Learning Commission, New Mexico HED for NMJC's Energy Technology AAS degree