Communication

Team uses sticky notes for failure analysis
Quality Management
Maren Behrendt

The Ishikawa Diagram – A Quality Tool for Failure Analysis

Failure analysis in quality management is essential to achieve high quality – Kaoru Ishikawa already recognized this in the early 1940s. To this day, the Ishikawa diagram he developed is therefore part of the seven quality tools for failure analysis in QM.

Cloud technologies: a laptop connected to a cloud
Digitalization
Lea-Maria Anger

Cloud Technologies: When the Way to the Cloud Makes Sense

So which is more secure: cloud technologies or locally installed software? Since the hacker attack on Microsoft’s on-premises software “Exchange Server”, our previous beliefs about security in IT seem to have been turned upside down. We get to the bottom of this question!

Two persons are reaching hands
Babtec
Thomas Mandroschek

Understanding Supplier Management as Relationship Management

Eickhoff Maschinenbau GmbH knows that supplier management plays a key role when it comes to working efficiently and delivering high-quality products. With the aid of a cloud-based platform, the company was able to take its close cooperation and excellent relationship with its suppliers to the next level.

Traffic cones on a keyboard symbolize that there is still a lot to do in terms of digitalization.
Digitalization
Lea-Maria Anger

7 Common Errors in Digitalization during Corona

VPN problems, security gaps, overburdened employees – digitalization can be a tricky business. Especially in the current push of digital transformation, triggered by Covid-19, things can go wrong in the rush.

Quality results from networking
Quality
Benedikt Sommerhoff

Quality Comes from Networking

More of the same is not the way to improve any company’s quality capability. Instead,