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Please Welcome Peter Sheren to Storti!

By:  Joel Hutwelker We are pleased to announce that Peter Sheren has joined Storti Quality in the position of Quality Program Manager reporting to Joel Hutwelker.  Peter has over 30 years of quality management experience having worked in technology driven...

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Autumn Driving Safety

By: Rich Gambrill Autumn is upon us, and depending on where you are located, the leaves may have already begun to fall. The fallen leaves, rain, and extreme temperature changes create conditions of which drivers need to mindful at this time of year. First, wet leaves...

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What Is An Effective Way To Document The Requirements For Interested Parties?

Quality Assurance Vs Quality Control

By: Mark BarnabeiQuality Management is a much broader field that ensures the required level of quality is achieved in software product. You can create a standard quality management approach for your organization. It has four main sub processes: quality assurance,...

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School Bus Safety

By: Rich GambrillSummer has come to an end, and school is back in session. It is important that we are familiar with the traffic laws surrounding school buses. When a school bus is stopped with its red lights flashing on alternating sides and most likely has a stop...

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Benefits of Quality Management

By: Donna Huesken A Quality Management System (QMS) is a formalized way to document processes, procedures, and responsibilities.  A QMS helps coordinate and direct activities to meet customer and regulatory requirements, with the goal of improving effectiveness and...

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Core Competency Theory of Strategy

By: Mark Barnabei Sept 16, 2019 The core competency theory is the theory of strategy that prescribes actions to be taken by firms to identify new opportunities, achieve competitive advantage in the marketplace and ultimately grow our business. The concept of core...

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Safety Minute

By: Rich Gambrill As you are aware, every week we begin the field operations call with a safety minute. Often, my preparation for this is a simple Google search for “construction accidents.” This query always yields at least a dozen news stories about injuries and...

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The Cost of Quality

By: Donna Huesken Cost of quality (COQ) is defined as a methodology that allows an organization to determine the extent to which its resources are used for activities that prevent poor quality, that appraise the quality of products or services, and that result from...

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