Leading in a Competitive Environment: Integrating Statistical Engineering, Lean, and Quality Bill Rodebaugh Honeywell, Inc. Discussion Points. Need for Leadership Multiple and Maximized Objectives Management Systems and Continuous Improvement Activities Tools to Lead to the Goal.
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Product Quality &
UOR / TOPS
(by multiple peoplemostly supervisors)
PSM / HES
Actions to the TER board
Definitions vary by output question
Definitions (Internal/External Focus)
S trengths -- What are the good things about the program?
W eaknesses -- What are the possible issues with the program?
O pportunities -- What benefits result from the application of the program?
T hreats -- What issues arise from the application of this program?
Internal & External
Strengths & Weaknesses Refer to Process Input Factors
Opportunities & Threats Refer to Additional Metrics or Customer Voices