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  • Alan Robinson

    Alan Robinson

    Professor - Operations Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst

    Alan Robinson is a full-time professor at the Isenberg School of Management of UMass, a consultant and book author specializing in managing ideas (idea-generation and idea-driven organization) and building high-performance organizations, creativity, innovation, quality, and lean management.

  • Dr. Poyraz Kayabas

    Dr. Poyraz Kayabas

    Assistant Professor, Purdue University, Fort Wayne

    Poyraz Kayabas is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Operations Management at Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana, and has completed his Ph.D. at North Dakota State University.

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  • What is Quality Management?

    Quality management is defined as a system that ensures that the products or services provided by an organization are consistent and in line with the stakeholders’ requirements. The system is broken down into four main components: quality assurance, quality planning, quality improvement, and quality control.

  • What are the best beginner courses for Quality Management?

    The two best courses for beginners to begin their quality management education are:

    • Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
    • Lean Management

  • What are the best advanced-level courses in Quality Management?

    The best advanced-level courses in quality management are:

    • Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
    • Lean Six Sigma Expert

  • What does the quality management job market look like today?

    With quality management taking the center stage in a growing number of organizations, the number of job opportunities for Lean Six Sigma certified professionals is increasing steadily. There has been a growing demand for Lean Six Sigma professionals over the last few years.

  • What are the top job titles in the field of quality management?

    Though quality management comes in many different forms, the following are the most popular career choices in the field:

    • Process Analyst
    • Continuous Improvement Manager
    • Operational Excellence Manager
    • Lean Six Sigma Manager
    • Lean Manufacturing Engineer
    • Quality Manager

  • What career path should a hopeful quality management professional take?

    A professional looking for a successful career in quality management should begin by gaining certification in Lean Six Sigma and learning Lean management. Once done, the aspiring quality management professional should gain a more advanced level certification, like the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. Advanced certifications increase the likelihood of a better, more fulfilling career in Quality Management.

  • What is the average salary of a quality management professional?

    The average annual salary of a quality management professional is around $86,000.

  • Which are the top industries best suited for quality management professionals?

    Although quality management is making inroads across a wide-ranging group of industries, here are the particular industries that incorporate it the most:

    • Automotive
    • Electronics
    • Healthcare
    • Manufacturing
    • Transportation

  • What are the top companies hiring quality management professionals?

    Here are some of the top companies hiring quality management professionals:

    • Amazon
    • VMware
    • Dell EMC
    • Nike

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