Quality is vitally important to every organization, regardless of whether it provides services or manufactures a physical product. However, many organizations fail to actively involve procurement in their quality assurance initiatives. And, until now, procurement departments have never had access to a procurement-centric guide for quality assurance.
Today, Next Level Purchasing addressed this problem by launching a new online course, “Improving Quality In The Supply Chain.” “Improving Quality In The Supply Chain” enables procurement departments to learn about the intricacies of quality assurance and how to positively influence the quality that they can achieve from the supply chain. The course teaches the quality assurance practices necessary for an organization to gain the quality advantage that it needs to succeed. Topics of the course material include: critical requirements for starting a supply chain quality improvement program, how to measure supply chain quality performance, benchmarks for leading-edge quality, and how quality improvement programs like Lean, Six Sigma, and Lean Six Sigma can be used in the supply chain.
“An organization’s ability to compete is highly dependent on the quality of its goods and services, which itself is dependent on the quality of the goods and services that the organization gets from its supply base,” said Charles Dominick, SPSM, SPSM2 President and founder of Next Level Purchasing. “’Improving Quality In The Supply Chain’ finally gives procurement departments the education they need to positively and profoundly influence the quality of their organizations’ goods and services.”
“Improving Quality In The Supply Chain” is the newest full-length online course available from https://www.nextlevelpurchasing.com/. The enrollment fee for the course is currently $229 US.