Juran's Quality Management and Analysis

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  • Edition: 6th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2014-01-16
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Through five editions, Juran's Quality Planning and Analysis has provided students and professionals with an authoritative treatment of the subject that goes beyond statistical techniques.

The sixth edition of this highly regarded classic book on managing for quality, Juran's Quality Management and Analysis for Enterprise Quality, combines the pioneering concepts of Dr. Joseph M. Juran and the teachings of the late Dr. Frank M. Gryna with the insights and experience of today's leading trainers and practitioners at the Juran Institute: John F. Early, Executive VP and Joseph A. DeFeo, President & Executive Coach.

The trademark Juran Institute approach has been retained, developing the viewpoint that the achievement of quality products and services requires the application of managerial, technological, statistical, and behavioral actions throughout all functions of an organization. With real-world problems provided in each chapter, students are faced with realities that confront managers, designers, engineers, marketers, operations personnel, users, and others involved in enterprise quality.

This text will challenge readers to make assumptions, estimate economics, reach data-driven conclusions, and adapt themselves to the imperfect world of the practitioner. Students and professionals will also find this book useful as they prepare for various certifications such as the Certified Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer, Quality Manager, Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt.

Table of Contents

1. The Bottom Line: Quality and Business Performance

2. Organization-wide Assessment of Quality

3. Improving Quality While Decreasing Cost

4. Quality By Design To Increase Sales

5. Control of Quality to Maintain Superior Performance

6. Business Management

7. Organizational Roles To Support A Quality Culture

8. Integrating Quality into the Enterprise Strategic Plan

9. Creating a Quality Culture

10. Inspection, Test, and Measurement

11. Understanding Customer Needs

12. New Product Development's Role in Designing for Quality

13. Managing the Quality in Operations-Manufacturing

14. Managing Quality in Operations-Service

15. Managing the Chain Supply

16. Quality Assurance & Audits

17. The Role of Statistics and Probability

18. Tools for Analyzing Data

19. Statistical Tools to Design for Quality

20. Tools to Maintain the Quality of Control

Appendix I: Supplementary Problems Using Minitab®

Appendix II: Study Guide Examples of Certification Examination Questions and Answers

Appendix III: Tables

Subject Index

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