The Program for Quality Problem Solving - PQPS-
Approaches to and Techniques for Quality Improvement
16 al 27 de septiembre 2019
Fecha límite para aplicar
9 de julio, 2019
Tokyo Kenshu Center (TKC, Tokyo)
Aims of the Course (Advantages of Course Participation)
1) Through lectures and case studies focusing on practical understanding, the program seeks to ensure that participants master approaches to the ways of utilizing QC problem-solving methods, which are indispensable as a basis of TQM.
2) The program seeks to ensure that participants improve their own ability to resolve quality problems in their workplaces.
3) The program aims to improve the ability of participants to lead and promote problem-solving activities in their workplaces.
*A curriculum under the supervision of first-ranked lecturers and a great environment for
learning will be provided.
Dr. Noriaki Kano
Professor Emeritus, Tokyo University of Science
Dr. Kano is a world authority on TQM field. His numerous research results, such as “The House of TQM” and “Attractive Quality and Must-Be Quality (Kano Model)”, and “The Task Achieving QC Story” have brought him an international reputation. He has published more than 300 research papers and books.
Mr. Yukihiro Ando
TQM Consultant, Lead Examiner, the Deming Prize Committee
Mr. Yukihiro Ando has been offering his expertise as a TQM consultant for many years to a large number of companies in both manufacturing and service sectors both at home and abroad, of which 25 companies have been awarded the Deming Application Prizes. He has published many books on TQM.
Dr. Masaaki Kaneko
Associate Professor, Department of Management Systems Engineering, School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering, Tokai University.
Dr. Masaaki Kaneko has been engaged in his research at universities, specialized in Quality Control and TQM. He has won the Research Recognition Award by the Japanese Society for Quality Control (JSQC) four times, and the Best Paper Award by the Asian Network for Quality (ANQ) three times. He is also a representative of JSQC and a member of its international committee.
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