Webcast: Analytically Speaking featuringRoger Hoerl and Ronald Snee
The authors of “Statistical Thinking: Improving Business Performance” talk about how statistics provide a strategic perspective for process improvement in any business, importance of iterative experimentation, and best practices.
Make statistical thinking your strategy for solving problems
Roger Hoerl and Ronald Snee, authors of Statistical Thinking: Improving Business Performance, talk about how statistics provide a strategic perspective for process improvement in any business. The two explain the philosophy of statistical thinking, the importance of experimental design to any organization, and the joy they get from solving problems that really matter. Both are Fellows of the American Statistical Association and the American Society of Quality.
On the table for discussion:
- Statistical thinking defined – and putting it into practice with statistical engineering.
- Adopting quality initiatives in non-manufacturing processes.
- Common barriers to managing and improving quality over time.
- The importance of smart, iterative experimentation.
- Best practices in prioritizing projects.
- The authors’ most rewarding projects.
This webcast is appropriate for anyone who is interested in using statistics for continuous process improvement in any setting – even those beyond the manufacturing floor.
On-demand webcasts featuring additional thought leaders are also available.