Getting to the Root of the Problem for Corrective Action
Date: Thursday, February 20, 2020
Location: Buchanan Hall – Advanced Technology and Business Center
How do you get to the root cause of a problem? This presentation is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of how to analyze a system to identify the root causes of problems. It’s only after a problem is properly identified that you can begin to implement a new course of action. Discover corrective action processes and tools to help you succeed in bringing about positive change.
Facilitator: Glen Pullin
Glen Pullin started Quality Manufacturing Solutions LLC out of his home and provides training in Lean Principles and Quality Process Improvement techniques to a variety of manufacturing and service industries, including Bossard, United Equipment Accessories, Criterion Manufacturing, GMT, Mitas, Dupont, Siemans, John Deere, and Bagcraft.
Glen got his start at John Deere in Waterloo as a foundry laborer and was with them for more than 30 years. During his tenure at John Deere, he's wore many hats working his way up from a machine operator and maintenance supervisor to a continuous quality improvement coordinator before retiring in 1995. He received a Bachelor of Arts in General Industry and Technology from the University of Northern Iowa in 1998. Glen is a member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, American Society for Quality, and is a Certified Manufacturing Technologist, Certified Quality Auditor, and Lean Bronze Certified.
This session is part of the Business Consortium Workshop Series. Call 319-296-4290 to register.