MSA Fundamentals Webinar Will Be Held On October 16, 2020

Event Date/Time:  October 16, 2020   10am-11am CDT

Event Description:  In this webinar, Jim will talk about strategies to set up a continuous MSA.  He will talk about fundamental things to consider.  He will talk about setting up the test to get the best sensitivity.  Jim will also walk through a Minitab example and explain what to look for as well as what is behind all the calculations.  At the end of this webinar, you will be able to set up an MSA study as well as be able to explain the outcomes in simple language for non-statistical but interested parties.

Speaker:  James Bossert

Speaker Bio:  Dr Bossert is a Lean Six Sigma and Change Management Master Black Belt for High Reliability Initiatives at the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare. In this role, he is responsible for leading and coordinating activities supporting the adoption of high reliability practices with hospitals and state hospital associations. He has been actively involved in quality and process improvement in all levels of management for over 35 years. 

His experiences in a variety of industries have allowed him to help many diverse industries in the implementation of Rapid Process Improvement.  Some of these industries are; automotive manufacturing and design, chemical and process manufacturing, mobile phones, banking and finance, performance excellence consulting, software development and teaching.  Dr Bossert has certified Green Belts, Black Belts and Master Black Belts in these industries.   

Dr Bossert has authored the Supplier Management Handbook (6th Edition) and Supplier Certification among other books.  He is an ASQ (American Society for Quality) Fellow, he received the Distinguished Service Medal from ASQ in 2012.  Dr Bossert received his MBB from GE. He is the past editor of the Six Sigma Forum magazine.  Dr Bossert received his PhD from Indiana State University in Technology Management specializing in Quality Systems.  He received his MS in Applied Math and Statistics from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  He is an ASQ CQE, CQA, SSBB, SSMBB, and CQM/OE.

Posted by Geoff Farmer on Oct 3, 2020 11:13 AM America/Chicago

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