At Dimensions in Quality, we listen to you, help clarify your needs, and deliver exactly to your expectations. Call for a no cost, no obligation discussion regarding your needs, and see how efficiently we can meet your needs.

Scott Morrison

18 Seneca Place

The Woodlands, TX 77382

(713) 201-3725

diminq@att.net

Quality is said to be both a science and an art. The Dimensions in Quality logo captures this idea with the colors red, green and blue, and the shapes of the cone, cube and sphere. Together these colors and shapes represent a synthesis of science and art.

 

The science concept is captured in the three colors which are the primary colors of light. Various combinations of these three basic colors can produce an infinite variety of other colors.

 

The art concept is captured in the three shapes representing what the artist Paul Cezanne thought of as the primary building blocks of form. Various combinations or placement of these three shapes can produce an infinite variety of other shapes.

 

The science of quality is well established with Plan Do Check Act and the "statistical thinking" advanced nearly a century ago by Dr. Walter Shewhart and continued with Dr. W. Edwards Deming. Recently greater emphasis has been placed on "big data" and other scientific tools for analysis or risk I opportunity management.

 

The art of quality can include the important factors of enterprise risk management, team building, human relations, the creative use of planning and problem solving tools and a never ending focus on customer satisfaction.

 

 

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Scott Morrison

Management Systems Consultant

MBA, CQE, CQA, CMQ/OE, CSSBB

diminq@att.net