Roles and responsibilities of Quality Assurance Manager

The Quality Assurance Manager of the organization typically Owns the Quality Management System. In smaller organizations, he reports to the top management directly.In a larger organization this position reports to the overall head of Quality (Such as Director, Vice President …). In all cases there is a clear distinction and separated from the Operations Management. This is maintained to protect the independence of the position. This position calls for a Read More …

Risk Management II – Benefits of Risk Management Program

The earlier article on Risk Management is Risk Management I – A proactive approach to resolve future root causes and their potential consequences. Purpose of a Risk Management Plan Risk management program helps the organization to deal with potential occurrences.  It defines the approach and attitude towards risks. This program helps in identifying what are those risks the organization is ready to accept. The plan to deal with those unacceptable risks defines Read More …

Quality Auditor Job Description

A Quality Auditor job involves performing audits either internally or on the supplier. Generally reports to the Quality Assurance Manager. Generally, the scope of the auditor is limited to internal audits. However, the profile includes supplier audits also. The position provides exposure to internal procedures and processes. There are different levels for an auditor to work. He might be assigned with a part of business or assisting the Lead Auditor Read More …

Job Description – Quality Black Belt , CI Process Leader, Operational Excellence Leader

The Quality Black Belt (QBB) is Often called as CI process Leader, or Operational Excellence Leader also. The main responsibility of this role is continual improvement. The will be the reporting to the Master Black Belt or a similar position within the organization. Quality Black Belt manages the CI projects within the Company. These projects focus on reducing internal cost, decreasing cycle time, improving organization and reducing process variation. They Read More …

Risk Management I – A proactive approach to resolve future root causes and their potential consequences.

Risk Management gives the visibility on the future root causes, their consequences and ways to reduce the impact of the potential negative effects of these future root causes.  The underlined words “Future” and “potential” here indicate, it is a futuristic strategy of the organization. Risk Management can be applied at all levels of the organization. It can be applied at project, level, unit level or at organization level. Risk Management is Read More …

Career Objectives in resume

Career Objectives in a resume is the statement that presents a vision, guiding principles and future career aspirations for the prospective candidate. It also sets the tone of the entire resume. It tells the reader who you are in a single concise way that encompasses the very essence of your abilities. Everyone knows the standard resume needs a career objective. But why? Is it because everyone assumes you must have Read More …

Key Components of a Project Charter I – Problem Statement

For having a Clear and Very good Project Charter, the following Components are very important. A clear understanding of the problem will help not only to build the business case to be presented, but also quickly arrive at solutions. A Problem well understood by all the stakeholders is half resolved. The Key components of a charter are · A Clear and un ambiguous Problem Statement. · A Clearly defined and Read More …