by Dan Harris As a member of AmCham China, I get a copy every month of AmCham’s magazine, Business Now. This month’s issue [hard copy version] has an article by John Zane, entitled, Playing by the Rules: As compliance comes to the fore, small businesses must take action. The thrust of the article (and the thrust […]
by Renaud Anjoran I stopped counting how many people complained about their company’s inspectors. It seems at least half the companies that employ their own inspectors in China are unhappy about the behavior and/or their working methods of some of their QC staff. How is this possible?
by Ashish Monga In the first part of this series we looked at what the “Chinese New Year” is all about & what happens in China during this time. In this part on the “Chinese New Year” series, we look at the impact of Chinese New Year on “Production Timings” as well as “Product quality”. We also briefly […]
by Renaud Anjoran I have heard many people tell me “design and development is not linear, so it is hard to formalize”. That’s true, but there are ways to manage it as a process.
by Renaud Anjoran When it comes to checking garments, or precision mechanical pieces, inspectors can spend most of their time checking measurements. And, in many cases, they need to write down their findings one by one.