The Impact of COVID-19 on Business and Personal Achievements.

The world was not prepared for this disaster. Besides, many governments state that they do not share a clear understanding of how to proceed after the pandemic. This historical moment tells us that something in our minds needs change. We do not have to guess what. Because the Philosophy for Quality Management exists, and it gives us the fundamentals to build strong communities, professional and personal agendas to become healthy, creative and prosperous human beings. And to know how to overcome disasters when they appear in our lives.
THE TIME FOR CHANGE IS NOW!

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The History and Impact of QMS/QbD Philosophy on Companies and Personal Growth

Napoleon Hill - "Think And Grow Rich" - ORIGINAL Full Length.

“Economic advantages may be created by any person who surrounds himself or herself with the advice, counsel, and personal cooperation of a group of people lend wholehearted aid, in a spirit of perfect harmony.”

Ronald Fisher was the father of modern statistics and experimental design.

“We have the duty of formulating, of summarizing, and of communicating our conclusions, in an intelligible form,…”

Joseph Juran wrote for the first time on Quality by Design.

“Our objective is to develop habits of annual improvements in quality and annual reductions in quality related costs…”

Steve Jobs told about the impact of J. Juran and QbD programs on companies.

“This is a radically different approach to business processes than the traditional one. It is a tremendous optimistic point of view about the people that work in a company…”

Edwards Deming evolved the 14 points concepts for Total Quality Management.

“Each person treats the next person along the line as the customer who must be satisfying everybody as a customer in any organization…”

Shigeo Shingo developed Source Inspection and the Poka-Yoke System.

“A combination of source inspection and mistake-proofing devices is the only method to get you to zero defects…”

Kaoru Ishikawa created the Fishbone Diagram and Quality Circle.

“Normally, in companies that do not have Quality programs, there are ten times more potential complaints than actual complaints. These actual complaints are nothing but the tip of the iceberg…”

Armand V. Feigenbaum devised Total Quality Control.

“The companies that are best at a quality and a quality cost, are the companies that are also most profitable…”

Genichi Taguchi evolved Quality Engineering System.

“The only way for companies to survive in the present era of rapidly changing technology is to make the change from product-oriented research to technology-oriented research.

Philip Crosby developed the Zero Defects system.

“Operations that truly want to handle problems, for the purpose of solving them, must create an open society within their walls that is imbued with the basic concepts of integrity and objectivity…”

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