April 13, 2022

028 - "How Much Does Poor Quality Cost?" with H. James Harrington

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This is Part 2 of the episode with H. James Harrington PhD of Harrington Management Systems. On this part of the episode Dr. Harrington and I discuss: His Book - Poor Quality Costs(PQC) Why Cost of Quality has a bad connotation to it Direct vs. Indirect Poor Quality Costs White Collar Poor Quality Costs and Process Ownership/Optimization Burying the problem vs. Putting it to bed Problems and impact on customer retention Starting a PQC System and how to prioritize in implementation Executive Management Errors & PQC 


Dr. H. James Harrington has a decorated career with 40 years at IBM, 10 years at Ernst & Young, and has held multiple executive roles at various companies since. He's written more than 55 books on performance improvement. He was the chairman and president of ASQ and has multiple quality awards named after him. He's currently the CEO of Harrington Management systems, an International consulting firm focused on performance improvement, strategic planning, and organizational alignment for both private and public organization. 


Link to Episode 1 with H. James Harrington: Link 

ASQ - H. James Harrington: Link 

H. James Harrington: Link 

Books Written by H. James Harrington: Link