By Renaud Anjoran A few years ago, I wrote an article on ‘7 Common Mistakes Revealed by Factory Org Charts‘. I described two issues I have seen many times in Chinese factories:
By Renaud Anjoran After about 40 years of openness, and about 15 years of ‘direct trade’ without Hong Kong trading companies, one might expect that foreign buyers take more precautions when dealing with Chinese suppliers.
By Renaud Anjoran For all the talk about improvements in China’s intellectual property protection, many importers are still facing very unethical behavior from their supplier base. And nowhere is it more apparent than in trade shows. The temptation for suppliers to show a customer’s innovative product is often too strong.
By Renaud Anjoran What does quality management consist of? Juran wrote about this first in 1986, and he suggested 3 types of activities that make up the “Juran trilogy”: Planning Quality control Improvement
By Renaud Anjoran About 2 years ago, I wrote about the 3 process improvement tools we use most often. And today I’d like to do a deep dive into one of them — the process control plan.