Quality Improvement

Situation Description

We do recognize that quality improvement is a well-established discipline that has a variety of well-known very effective primarily systems-optimization methodologies, tools and techniques, with SPC, Taguchi, Shainin, Six Sigma, and others that immediately come to mind. That said, however, it is our unshakeable position that innovation, as a method of value creation, has to be in the arsenal of quality tools because optimization has its natural limitations. We do not advocate using innovation instead of optimization but rather when its traditional tools fail to deliver the sought results.

GTI Approach

The GTI approach to quality improvement is based on the fact that the nature of certain quality issues is determined by the design of a respective system, and, in this case, the root cause of poor quality has to be identified and removed from the system to achieve desired results.

With the help of situation modeling tools and Complex Problem Solving Tools and Techniques, GTI approach to identifying and solving quality problems is robust and effective.

Major Benefits

GTI approach to Quality Improvement methodology delivers the following major benefits

  • Enhanced arsenal of the quality tools
  • Delivery of multiple alternative solutions, as the “problem-solution” space is comprehensively explored
  • Efficiency of the process, as the methodology is robust and repeatable
  • Etc.

To address this challenge, the Institute of Professional Innovators offers:

  • Training in the form of a seminar (when you study the how-to of the methodology, including the processes and tools), or a workshop (when you solve your challenge while studying the methodology)
  • Consulting (we solve your challenge, which requires the minimal amount of your involvement in the process)

Feel free to contact us, you have any question or request