Toying Around with Six Sigma: What's in the Toybox?
Rachael Shagott has worked within the world of Quality for over 35 years. In the past 20+ years she has dedicated her work to ensuring consumer goods primarily within the Toy & Juvenile Products industry are designed and manufactured to meet rigorous product safety and quality requirements. She has worked at Fisher-Price, Tomy, and Munchkin prior to launching her own consulting business Best Practice Quality LLC. In her previous career life, she also worked in aerospace for Moog, Inc and automotive for Trico Products. Throughout her career, Rachael has travelled extensively working with Quality colleagues in 15 countries including living in Ireland while she installed and implemented ISO9001.
Learn how Six Sigma is applied in the Toy and Juvenile Products industry to build safe quality toys in overseas factories. This presentation will introduce six sigma basic concepts and demonstrate how six sigma tools are used and modified to fit within an industry that is unique as it is primarily set in Asia where there are different cultural and language barriers and where products are often only launched and manufactured for one season. Tools introduced are 5s, Pareto Analysis, Fishbone Diagrams, Cpk, DOE, and Weibull Analysis.
This presentation is designed for entry level quality practitioners and ASQ members looking for a refresher.
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