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Articles of Interest

In this section, we provide interesting articles about various Shainin technologies:

This study Illustrates:  Automotive Industry’s View of the Current State of Quality and a Strategic Path Forward.
« OEMs and Suppliers both identify Problem Solving is their #1 most critical issue. » 

2018 Dorian Awards Nominees & Winners

On October 25th,2018 in Munich, Germany, Shainin hosted the Dorian Award Ceremony to honor outstanding individuals and companies for their achievements and accomplishments with Red X Technologies. This year in total 8 awards were bestowed. Over 70 submissions were received [...]

Red X® Reliability Engineers

Red X® Reliability Engineers By John Abrahamian   The Reliability class builds on the skills developed through the Advanced Red X Strategies for Problem Solving class to address complex field problems and “No Trouble Found” problems. Students will learn to [...]

Shainin Symposium 2017

On Thursday the 16th of November 2017, the Shainin Symposium for Europe and Asia was held in Munich Germany. Guests from 15 different countries attended the Symposium to address the subject “Complex-Technical-Problem-Solving” and to celebrate the 70th anniversary of [...]

How Lean is your Six Sigma Program

Combining Lean and Six Sigma has become extremely popular. Everywhere I turn, Six Sigma programs have morphed into Lean Six Sigma. Lean Six Sigma is designed to combine business improvement methods to improve quality and efficiency. Lean production emphasizes the elimination of [...]

Shainin and Six Sigma

We are often asked to describe the difference between Shainin and Six Sigma. That question is more than it is. Shainin has developed standalone programs to help our clients achieve their Six Sigma goals. In other instances, Shainin technology has greatly enhanced [...]

Refining the Art of Asking Why

Many companies which have successful Lean Manufacturing programs, use a 5 Interrogative approach for technical problem solving. By the end of the year, the result is a "problem". This can be a very powerful way of doing it. However, there are two [...]

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