Efficient Quality Procedures
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Depending on the size of a company, more control mechanisms are necessary to ensure compliance to standard operating procedures and regulations. However not everything can be controlled and compliance is also a matter of commitment of the people. Trying to ensure commitment by adding more rules and registries might even become counterproductive.
Another aspect is that when quality systems are set-up only out of a quality assurance perspective it might results in extensive procedures which are difficult to follow in practice. As a result employees are reluctant to (re-)read them and that practice is often different from what is written on paper.
We review and/or set-up your procedures from a quality AND from a business efficiency perspective. We look at the actual practice, the quality requirements and the efficiency gains that can be made. The ideal qaulity system consists of easy-to read and Lean procedures clearly mentioning all requirements and responsibilities and crosslinking to other relevant procedures, guidelines and forms where necessary.
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See our contact page or directly send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or attend our workshop on improving procedures using Lean methodology.
See also the blog of Berber Snoeijer on this subject on LinkedIn:
How to use regulations and guidelines to improve process efficiency.