You will learn how to make better, smarter decisions related to choosing, planning and delivering products and services to customers. With the intense pursuit of quality and value by world-class companies, six-sigma quality alone is not enough to win in today’s global markets.
Participants will learn how QFD:
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Steve Schwandner is president of Seeideas, Inc. a firm that helps clients achieve market leadership through successful innovation. His background includes 26 years of business development/marketing management experience with expertise in strategic and marketing planning, marketing research, product and service development/management and marketing communications. Steve has effectively integrated QFD into these disciplines.
Hans Hjort provides product planning and development expertise to companies that understand the benefits of the correct use of QFD. He uses his 15 years of product development experience and his 18 years of facilitating QFD development teams to educate companies on how to choose and design winning products and improve time to market. He has a diverse client list ranging from automotive (Volvo) to paper (Boise) to medical instruments (Johnson & Johnson).
With global headquarters in Milford, Ohio (USA), ITI is the world’s leading provider of consulting, software products and related integration services that enable clients to dramatically improve their product and manufacturing process development capabilities. ITI is the world’s largest independent provider of product data integration products and services. The Company’s Concurrent Product and Manufacturing Process Development (CP/PD®) tools and technology shorten product development time cycles and reduce product and manufacturing process development costs.
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