Manufacturing Best Practices by Bobby Hull
(Wiley and SAS Business Series)

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World-class tools for businesses to create their own manufacturing best practices

Providing best practices used throughout the manufacturing sector, Manufacturing Best Practices takes currently available manufacturing tools, such as six Sigma, Lean, ISO and Statistical Process Control (SPC), combined with real world experience, and shows how they can be used to create a culture or philosophy within an organization.Shows that it is not the tools that make best practices, but rather the mindset that can be developed through the use of the toolsProvides best practices for manufacturers to pick those that are most applicable to their needsWritten for CEOs, CFOs, controllers, and line managers in the manufacturing sector

Manufacturing Best Practices closely examines the processes, protocols, and philosophies that are used in manufacturing so companies can create their own best practices scenario.


About Bobby Hull

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Bobby Hull is Corporate Systems Analyst at BGF Industries Inc., formerly known as Burlington Industries, Inc., and cofounder of Questworks Productions, a company specializing in computer training, Web site design, graphic design, staff development workshops, stress reduction workshops, quality control consulting, and auditing. In his analyst position, Hull focuses on designing and implementing quality control and business intelligence solutions for various divisions of BGF Industries, a multimillion-dollar textile company. Prior to this role, Hull spent over ten years as a senior quality engineer, coordinating all facets of the BGF quality control program, including the redesign of several quality subsystems to meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2000. During his more than thirty years with BGF Industries, Hull has performed in the capacity of Finishing Inspector, Lab Technician, Crew Leader, and Manager of their QC laboratory. Hull holds a Doctorate of Divinity from the American Institute of Holistic Theology, Birmingham, Alabama, and has completed course work in chemistry at the University of Richmond and in Fine Arts at Lynchburg College.
Published October 12, 2010 by Wiley. 225 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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