Where: Virtual (Zoom, link sent once register)
Register by noon, October 16that: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZErf-quqjIsHtRUXhjDKaIttWorWAIF1nUg
Many problems encountered in practice are large, complex, and unstructured. The goal is to get a useful, workable solution. These problems typically have broad impact on process, financial, customer and environmental performance. Several departments, groups and functions are involved. Statistical engineering is designed to successfully deal with such problems which frequently occur in many different types of organizations. Join us to learn about statistical engineering, and how it was used to address a critical product manufacturing issue. The strengths and limitations of the approach are addressed and the recently formed International Statistical Engineering Association (ISEA) is introduced.
Presenter: Ron Snee is Founder of Snee Associates, LLC, a firm dedicated to the successful implementation of process and organizational improvement initiatives, using Quality by Design, Continued Process Verification, Lean Six Sigma and other data-based improvement approaches that produce bottom line results. He has played a leadership role in 32 major corporate improvement initiatives. Prior to entering the consulting field, he worked at DuPont for 24 years in a variety of assignments including pharmaceutical development.
Ron is an Honorary Member and Fellow of ASQ, Fellow of the American Statistical Association and Academician in the International Academy for Quality. He received his BA from Washington and Jefferson College and MS and PhD degrees from Rutgers University. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Pharmaceutical Programs at Temple and Rutgers Universities.