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Posted 29 February 2016 - 07:14 AM

A Brief History of Quality
 
Taking place:
 
Friday, 04 March 2016 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time
This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenter:
 
Yasser Mohamed, Quality & Food Safety Manager, MARS
 
Webinar Overview:
 
This webinar will provide quality practitioners with a chronological history of quality from its earliest beginnings in mass manufacturing and the need for standardization and efficiency to the present day and the proliferation of national and international quality standards. Topics covered by the webinar will include:

 

- A History of Managing for Quality

- The rise of statistical methods in quality

- Quality and World War II

- Post-war developments in quality

- Kaoru Ishikawa and quality circles

- In search of zero defects

- Beginning of the quality crisis

- U.S. discovers quality and quality gurus

- Quality and Six Sigma

- Quality awards and certifications

- Quality standards

- Conclusion 

 

 

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Posted 04 March 2016 - 05:21 PM

Unedited chat logs from today's webinar:

 

 Wayne Chen: good evening, from Taiwan now is PM11:00
 Maciek Bartosz: good afternoon from London
 Natalie: Hello from Ontario, Canada
 Anthony Chan: Havi Logistic - Anthony Chan
 Angela: Greetings from Minneapolis
 Aliyu: Good afternoon, from Abuja, nigeria
 Jean-Sebastien: Morning, Edmundston, NB Canada 
 Ajit: good morning from snowy NJ
 Christi: Hello From Minnesota
 Mukund : Good evening from Tanzania 
 Alexis Garcia Figueroa: Hi alexis, from colombia. Food engineer
 Ehab Nassar: Hi everyone 
 Yehia: Good Afternoon from Cairo,Egypt
 farid: Hello from Kabylia, Algeria
 mel morris: good morning from Oakville, Ontario
 Sabina: Good morning/afternoon! Sabina from Texas
 Mukund : Good evening from Tanzania 
 Mukund : It's 06:00 pm here
 maria lynn yee francisco: hi everyone. maria lynn yee francisco, phi,lippines
 David Levy: Shalom Every body from ISRAEL !
 Dan: Hello from Lancaster, PA
 silvia : Silvia from Buenos Aires
 mel morris: no unfortunately
 Teresa: Helo from Oporto , Portugal
 Afton: Good morning from Maine! :)
 Amelia: Hello from Nottingham
 Deborah: Good Morning from Rainy San Francisco, Ca bay area!!! Yes
 Jeremy Zenlea: Good Morning from New Hampshire, USA
 Michelle: Good Morning from Minnesota USA
 Lupita: Hello frim Mexico
 Talysha Arteaga: Good Morning from PA, USA
 Alyssa: Good day from sunny New Mexico
 Chris: Hello from Asheville, North Carolina, USA
 Teresa: Hi simon and your guest nice to hear from you
 Bev: Good Morning from Southern California!
 Gwynne: Hello from Stellenbosch, South Africa
 Helen: I had a ride in a Model T when i went to the Ford museum and greenfield villiage
 Anita Rigdon: Hello from Minnesota
 Julie-Ann: Hello from Antigua
 Rose Leah: hi from Mashall Islands
 Miranda: Good Morning from Iowa!
 Joanna Martin: Good morning from Madera CA
 Muhammad Aslam: Hello from Pakistan
 bob: Hello from New Jersey USA
 CLAUDIA: Good Morning from Bogota, Colombia
 Mohamed: hello from Colombo
 Karm Elwany: Hi all
 cecileL: Hi, is it next week as I have registered and the confirmation email says 18/03/2016
 Rajneesh Shounik: Hi
 Mostafa: Hi
 Rajneesh Shounik: Not started yet...........any technical glitch
 Arjun: hello all
 Simon Timperley: My apologies, the ISO 9001 webinar is not next week, but indeed 18 March.
 cecileL: Thank you
 Arjun: thank you
 lahcen: hello from montreal
 Graham: Hello, has this webinar started? Only seeing a black block.
 Ngonzi: Hello from Kampala
 Simon Timperley: Rajneesh if youtube is blocked in your location you will not be able to watch.
 Manish: manish fo
 Pavan Shukla: Hello Good Morning all
 Beatriz: Hi everyone from Cordoba, Argentina
 Simon Timperley: If youtube is not blocked by your business try to restart the webinar by closing the window and try again.  Also try hard refresh ctrl F5
 Manish: manish from Nepal
 Fei: Morning!
 Pavan Shukla: Slide is fade
 Simon Timperley: Sounds nice Helen.  I'd like a ride in one.
 Alyssa: can you even imagine having that many QA staff?  Wow.
 Simon Timperley: A giant wall of white coats. :-)
 Carlito: Hi, Lito from Cebu, Philippines
 mel morris: can you imagien 48000 manufacturing employees?
 Filippo: Hello from Italy
 Carlito: The slides are not clear from here
 Manish: Yeah slides are not clear
 Simon Timperley: It must be your Internet Connection
 Carlito: Mr. Yasser, can we do something for the slide to be clear from here?
 Simon Timperley: There is nothing we can do.  We are live streaming vidoe and you need a high speed connection.
 Carlito: The internet connection is good 
 Pavan Shukla: Actully its internet connections issue
 Carlito: Ah ok. Thanks. I'll just listen
 amit: Hello - will copies of presentation slides be made available to attendees
 YOUSSEF: Adjust the contrast
 Simon Timperley: You will getthe slides later Carlito.
 Sabina: slides are clear on my end in texas
 Simon Timperley: Crystal clear manchester, uk.
 amit: You can make slides clear by adjusting size of your viewer - try making it smaller
 mel morris: its very clear now, but that's a feature of peple's internet speed
 Pavan Shukla: HMm Mr. Simon
 Deborah: My viewing and audio is fine
 Kathy : Presentation started very clear, then also become blurry at this location
 Carlito: So far, the audio is good but slides are blurred. Anyway, I am already listening. Thanks 
 farid: all is ok for me
 Carlito: What about history of Quality in the Food Industry>
 sundus: THE   SLIDES  NOT CLEAR  ON THE SCREEN      THANKS 
 Carlito: How I wish to know the history of the application of quality tools to to the food industry
 Simon Timperley: Carlito have some patience.
 Carlito: Thanks
 Hamid Alamin: Hi
 Simon Timperley: Hi Hamid.
 Francisco Lopez G: Hi from Querétaro México...
 Simon Timperley: Hello Francisco.
 OSAMA E. BUSHRA: Osama E Elbushra
 OSAMA E. BUSHRA: Osama E. Elbushra , Hi all
 : Hello I'm M.L.Chillida
 Simon Timperley: Welcome all.
 mel morris: thank you for the presentation
 bob: Fascinating  review TY!
 Emmanuel: Thanks so much
 Jean-Sebastien: great job, interesting
 Emmanuel: its really interesting
 Lance Cranford: Great job
 Karm Elwany: Thank you for presentation
 Alyssa: QA and QC should be integrated but if poss., they should be done by two people, correct?
 Carlito: Thank you so much. It refreshes my knowledge about History of Quality
 Teresa: Thank you Yasser, a nice explanation
 Teresa: Thank you Simon
 Edwarda: Good job! Thanks!
 farid: thank you 
 mel morris: wow, that was only 1 course in my quality tech course 20 years ago. 4 years studying that would be a little dry :)
 CLAUDIA: Thank you
 Karm Elwany: Thank you yaser
 Pavan Shukla: Thanks Mr. Yasser, nice presentation
 Christi: Very, Very interesting! Thank you!
 sundus: THANK  YOU  ,   IT IS INTERESTING   
 sundus: SUNDUS
 Sabina: i think understanding the evolution of Quality in general really has put a different perspective it give a fully understanding especilly having recently come from environmental lab quality to food lab and production quality
 : Thank you very much.M.L. Chillida
 Arjun: THANKS
 Pavan Shukla: Thanks
 OSAMA E. BUSHRA: Thank you, Osama E. Elbushra
 Aliyu: thank you very much Simon and Yasser
 Sabina: its almost seemed since i started that food is behind environmental quality and other manufacturing
 Cory Baron: Simon, the canning industry is a good starting point for quality development s in the food industry 
 Wayne Chen: great!
 Joanna Martin: Great refresher
 Alyssa: Thank you!1
 bob: This explains why my ford wasn't as good as my honda
 Rose Leah: Thank you 
 Jean-Pierre: Thank you Yasser
 Michelle: Thank you!
 Sabina: I agree about the need to develop safety from  and with quality
 Melinda: i can't download the cert. Will it be sent via e-mail as well?
 Pavan Shukla: please share some samples mr. Yasser

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