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Quality Planning as the Foundation for Achieving High-Quality Product

To design a product requires a long time to do research. Research was conducted to obtain products that do have high sales; customer can be accepted and supported by the resources that allow making the product. Planning a mature will make the company the confidence to market their product designs, competitive, and the iconic company that will produce many benefits for the company. But on the contrary, if the research product is not able to follow the market trend is reversed. Product will be rejected by society, low quality and of course the loss will be suffered by the company.

Six Sigma Provide a Way to Measure Variability

Product market trends and customer desires to obtain the best product is always changing and unpredictable. To answer the challenge that was then carried out improvement activities, called Six Sigma. Six Sigma is a way to Identify, measure, and analyze product variety to meet standards and customer requirements. When a company refers to the six sigma to solve quality problems in manufacturing, then they will use the method DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analysis, Improvement and Control) as a step improvement. Design For Six Sigma (DFSS) is more than just a defined methodological approach, but an attempt to design the product or re-design existing products, to become more sensitive and able to follow the development of products and manufacturing variability

Quality Control Management Functions Kown as the Juran Trilogy *

Joseph M. Juran is the father of quality after Deming trilogy with the concept put forward in quality and translate theory into 3 quality control management functions, known as the Juran Trilogy. The third management function in question is the Quality Planning, Quality Control, and Quality Improvement. • Quality planning , a process that identifies the customer and the process that will deliver products and services with the right characteristics and then transfer this knowledge throughout the company’s accomplice in order to satisfy customers. This is done to maintain keloyalan customers by providing all their needs, develop products or services in accordance with the wishes of customers, and developing processes for the production of goods and services more efficiently.

Total Quality Management : Deming’s 14 points *

1. Create purpose towards improvement of product and services in the long run. 2. Shoddy materials,poor workmanship, defective products and lax service must become unacceptable. 3. Cease dependence on mass inspection. Instead, process must be improved. 4. Buy material only if the supplier has a quality process rather than on the basis of price alone. 5. Waste must be reduced and quality improvement in every activity (Procurement, engineering, maintenance, sales, distribution, accounting, payroll, customer service and manufacturing)