A Conversation With Toyota's Emily Lauder

Feb 25, 2019

The co-hosted AIAG/AAMA Southern Automotive Quality Summit (SAQS) is fast approaching! In anticipation of the event, we connected with our opening OEM speaker, Emily Lauder – vice president of administration, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi – for industry insights, informed advice and more.

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It’s Almost Time for the AIAG/AAMA Southern Automotive Quality Summit!

Feb 15, 2019

We’re down to the wire! In the final weeks before the AIAG/AAMA Southern Automotive Quality Summit on March 5th in beautiful Birmingham, Alabama, we’re looking forward to hearing from our incredible speaker lineup. You won’t want to miss out on sessions like these!

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Experience and Insight: An Interview with Harald Wilhelm

Feb 15, 2019

As chair of AIAG’s Quality Steering Committee, there’s no doubt that Harald Wilhelm – head of Quality Processes and Standards, North America at Continental – brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the table. Sitting down for an interview just days after celebrating his 30th anniversary with Continental, Harald shared his thoughts on the importance of getting involved, staying informed and keeping up with industry news. 

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AIAG’s New Traceability Guideline Now in Stock!

Jan 17, 2019

Traceability provides product visibility throughout the automotive supply chain, helping organizations identify products by location and product/process characteristic while assisting in streamlining product callbacks, containment, and inventory management. OEMs and suppliers have implemented numerous product traceability solutions – but until now, there hasn’t been a guideline that outlines the standardized best practices endorsed by the automotive industry. That’s where AIAG’s new Traceability Guideline comes in.

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Core Tools Self-Assessment: November 2018 Update

Dec 14, 2018

In 2012, AIAG introduced the Core Tools Self-Assessment (CTSA) as a means to measure an individual’s Core Tools proficiency and identify areas for improvement. The CTSA is a timed, open book self-assessment that covers APQP/PPAP, FMEA, MSA and SPC and is offered in eight different languages.  Exam questions are tied to the proctored Core Tools certification exams offered by AIAG.

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NEW CQI-20 Problem Solving Document Available!

Nov 06, 2018

In a ground-breaking automotive quality survey conducted by AIAG in collaboration with Deloitte Consulting, problem solving was identified as one of the most critical issues impacting quality for the global automotive industry.

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Stakeholder Review for AIAG’s Traceability Guideline (CQI-28) Ends October 17!

Oct 11, 2018

AIAG’s Traceability Guideline draft, identified as CQI-28, is currently available for stakeholder review through October 17, 2018.

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Traceability guideline (CQI-28) now available for Stakeholder Review

Sep 18, 2018

AIAG’s Traceability Workgroup is proud to announce that its new Traceability Guideline, identified as CQI-28, is now available for stakeholder review. Created by a cross-functional and multi-organizational workgroup, the document contains guidance to meeting IATF 16949 traceability requirements, presents a basis for traceability methods and technologies relevant to the automotive industry and concludes with a self-assessment and fire drill forms. Additionally, best practices – and in some cases “bad practices” – are presented to guide and inspire thought for organizations that are creating or evaluating their traceability systems.

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The New CQI-20:Effective Problem Solving Guide is Here!

Sep 14, 2018

Does your organization need help eliminating repeat problems and implementing sustainable improvements in your products or processes?

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Industry 4.0 and the Quality Imperative

Sep 14, 2018

By now you have probably heard about Industry 4.0 and what it’s all about. The term refers to the fourth wave of the Industrial Revolution. Each wave of the revolution has been driven by advances in technology. The most recent wave has been precipitated by the rapid and concurrent maturation of advanced technologies such as robotics, AI, VR, big data and visualization. Industry 4.0 technologies allow business to move at a never-before seen pace.

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