The Cost of Poor Quality: Tools for Effective Control & Reduction


 
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The Cost of Poor Quality: Tools for Effective Control & Reduction
Ajay Deshpande, Director, India, Member
Which Six Sigma tools are effective to determine and reduce the cost of poor quality (in the manufacturing sector)?
Since there are lot of quality tools used in industries, selecting correct, effective tools would lead to reduce time of problem solving. Hence it is essential to identify appropriate tools....Register
 

 
Tools Used for Arriving at Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)
ARAVIND, Project Manager, India, Member
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) can be used to estimate the COPQ. In FMEA, we will arrive at the risk priority number (RPN). Based on ...
 

 
Tools to Determine Cost of Poor Quality
MARIO ALVARADO, Teacher, Costa Rica, Member
(Translated by Editor)
To determine the cost structure, I recommend to initially use the CTQ Tree (Critical to Quality) from which ...
 

 
Cost of Poor Quality
Ajay Deshpande, Director, India, Member
@ARAVIND: Good input. But in real time working, the challenge is correlation of risks to cost. My experience...
 

 
CTQ to Determine Cost of Poor Quality
MARIO ALVARADO, Teacher, Costa Rica, Member
(Translated by Editor)
The structure of the costs of poor quality can cover a lot of elements, however using the CTQ tree technique all...
 

 
Cost of Poor Quality versus FMEA
Jim Johnstone, Consultant, United States, Member
@Ajay Deshpande: if you are using PFMEA (Process FMEA) as a prevention tool, perhaps you can adjust the severity r...
 

 
Value Steam Mapping Tool
Yingtao Zhang, Manager, China, Member
When you know the quality is poor, I think you had better to investigate where the poor quality is caused. For this
 

 
Tools Used for Arriving at Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)
Ger de Waard, Management Consultant, Netherlands, SIG Leader
COPQ (annualized) = [Sum of (RPNi x ACRi) / Sum of (RPNi)] x Annual Reduction in Events

i = item (all the RPN's lines in your FMEA!)
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