Changes are opportunities. How do I use them continuatively?

Sibiu Quality Days 2017

Sibiu Quality Days 2017

 

Workshops

Workshop I

Changes need leadership
What is important for me to succeed?

 

Lecturer: Werner Seeger, Organization- and Personal Developer, Senior Consultant WSQR SRL

 

Description
Change is constantly present, and leadership is more in demand than ever in a living and valued organization. Taking responsibility, securing and promoting employees in their development as well as building trust among them are further important elements of modern leadership.

Objectives
The participants of this workshop learn what is to be taken into account in a sustainable process as a manager, i.e.

 

  • strengthening of the perception for the environment.
  • structuring of interactions and group processes.
  • Reflecting of their own function and communication.

 

 

Workshop II

1 year IATF 16949: 2016 – Practical experiences

 

Lecturer: Robert Jugan-Elias, Economist, Jemacon Q-Engineering

 

Description

The IATF 16949 has now been published for one year. It places new demands on the supplier industry. Organizations are therefore skeptical and insecure. At first sight it seems to be a Herculean task to implement these new demands. But is it really like that?

 

Objective
This workshop focuses on practical topics of the new IATF 16949. The learning transfer takes place by involving the participants by means of group exercises as well as discussions.

 

 

Workshop III

Problem Solving – Quality Tools Management and Approaching methods – Tomorrow Performances (Outputs) are reflecting by Today Actions (Inputs)

 

Lecturer: Adrian Iovanescu, Quality Manager

 

Description

These activities contains description of a number of tools that could be valuable support to you & your organization (Ishikawa diagram, 5 why analysis, brown paper technique). The tools and approach methods help teams to work more effectively, build commitments and responsibilities (meeting plan & brainstorming, 6 hats, 3×120°, SWOT). Each tool is described clearly and simple so that you are able to use them without several training sessions. In our daily activities we know what has to be done, but the success key is how to do it; how do we link Quality tools with Management. These tools might be useful to you, mainly if you are involved in various projects or operational work, where improvements are required or expected.

 

Objective

Quality tools application in Manufacturing sites.

 

 

Workshop IV

Managing changes in manufacturing. How risks become opportunities?

 

Lecturer: Alexandra Petculescu, Operations Director, Marquardt Schaltsysteme S.C.S.

 

Description

Change is part of everyone’ life. While some changes may be for the better and others may be for the worse, automotive industry wants that everyone considers changes in terms of risk. Risks are everywhere within a manufacturing operation and the new QMS standard adds requirements in order to make sure that every risk is considered.

 

Objective

During the workshop we will analyse which requirement adress what kind of risk. as well, we will see how standard requirement help the organisation to transform risks in opprtunities and on saving potentials.

 

 

Workshop V

VDA 6.3 Process Audit means process improvement. How can I deliver it successfully?

Lecturer: Roland Joldis, Supplier Quality manager, INTEVA PRODUCTS Salonta SRL

 

Description

Process auditing plays a critical role in the operation of an organization. Effectively implemented, operated and managed, VDA 6.3 Process Audit is an important management and support tool in helping an organization achieves its objectives. VDA 6.3 Process Audits are clearly identifying the weaknesses, risk and strengths within the audited processes and will fully fill the requirement to conduct process audits due to customer specifics and IATF 16949 in a most effective and efficient manner.

 

In 2016, the established audit standard VDA 6.3 (2nd edition 2010) was revised by the VDA working group and specified on the basis of experience and feedback from all the stack holders. The aim is to simplify evaluation and the alignment of the questionnaire with the new requirements.

 

Objective

The purpose of this workshop is to guide participants towards an efficient and effective implementation of process audit in accordance with VDA 6.3 and to highlight the differences between edition 2010 and 2016.

 

 

Technical speech

Why corporate language “makes no sense”: the ambiguity of communication and underestimation of problems.

 

Speaker: Andrei Vacaru, Trainer, Senior Partner at Human Performance Development Intl.

 

Language is the form by which we express our own desires, needs, hopes and doubts. Its application could be the easiest way to solve problems, but the way language is used is often a way of removing us from other people. Even companies are no exception to this rule.

 

When people use blurred words, pompous phrases and vague expressions, it is clear that nobody wants to talk about pink elephants in the middle of the room. This creates a wooden language. A form of communication, concealing the solution rather than pointing out; avoiding answers to create an official character and “chilled” relationships between people.

 

 

Speakers

Werner Seeger - Consultant al Managementul CalitatiiWerner Seeger has many years of professional experience and works in the fields:

  • Construction, reorganization and introduction of management systems
  • Employee and Organisation Development
  • Process management and optimization
  • Supervision of executives

 

 

 

Robert Jugan-EliasRobert Jugan-Elias brings over 20 years of experience in the automotive industry. He started his career at BMW and continued to work as a quality manager in the automotive supply industry. For several years now, he has been internationally successful as 3rd party lead auditor for IATF 16949: 2016. He is an authorized trainer and auditor at the VDA for IATF 16949:2016, VDA 6.3 etc. He also manages the regional section of the German Society for Quality (DGQ) in Lower Bavaria.

 

Adrian IovanescuAdrian Iovanescu is Quality Manager at one of the top automotive companies, responsible for electrical wiring harness division. He started his professional career in automotive industry as operator for automatic equipments. Through work, results and consistency he had several middle management positions. He has been part of the project teams for launching of new factories/ projects in Europe and North Africa, then he held management positions in various factories in Romania. During 15 years of experience in automotive industry, he has oriented towards technical side leaned to quality.

 

Alexandra PetculescuAlexandra Petculescu began her career as a quality engineer 14 years. She has held various positions in several automotive companies and she is also qualified as a third party auditor according to IATF 16949. She is currently leading the operations department of Marquardt Schaltsysteme Romania. In the current position, she is responsible for the quality and quantity of the delivered products. She attended many courses and specializations both in the field of quality and in the improvement of processes, i.e. VDA 6.3, MSA, SPC, Core TOOLS, Kaizen, 5S, OEE, etc.

 

Roland JoldisRoland Joldis began his activity in the field of quality at Daimler AG Rastatt. After his return to Romania, he continued his development at the companies Takata Arad and TRW Timisoara as quality engineer, then as coordinator of the quality department for the airbag module components suppliers. Currently, he is Manager of the Supplier Quality Department at Inteva Products Salonta and also coordinates the transition of the quality management system to the new IATF 16949 standard. He is VDA 6.3, Six Sigma Black Belt certified and QMS Lead Auditor.

 

Andrei VacaruAndrei Văcaru has more than 12 years of experience in journalism and communication. As a journalist and presenter of TV shows as well as public and corporate events, he discovered the secrets of public discourse and used them for his courses “Public Speaking” and “Presentation Skills”. Since 2008, he has been supporting companies in corporate communications. Vacaru is a A.N.C. accredited trainer and has more than 7 years of experience in the organization and execution of team building.

 

 

The sponsors of the Sibiu Quality Days 2017

KUKA Systems Group

The KUKA Systems Group is one of the world’s leading providers of engineering services and manufacturers of flexible automatic production systems. Our customers are companies from the automotive, aerospace, and solar industries, among others. Our range of performance encompasses products and services for almost all applications in the industrial processing of metallic or non-metallic materials.

 

With 5800 employees, in over 15 countries, each of the companies works together for the production solutions of the future. Within the subsidiary from Sibiu takes place the production, the assembly as well as installing electric and pneumatic fastening tools, the so-called Orange Tools. In the second stage follows the grab kit and fastening frames, contour parts and manufacturing individual parts. The Romanian subsidiary of KUKA is in Sibiu, old Hermannstadt, a city where are a lot of factories and many other German companies.

 

Learn more about KUKA Systems

 

 

S.C. COMPA SA

Compa SA SibiuWith more than 130 years of experience in machining, Compa has gained its reputation over the years due to the quality and diversity of its products and services, becoming a reliable partner for major automotive component manufacturers.

 

The main products are: subassemblies and components for injection systems; arms, blades and mounting heads for windscreen wipers; central housing, flanges and rolls for turbochargers, pinions for steering gears, components for steering columns; springs; stamped parts; forged parts; drive shafts; welded assemblies; components for air conditioning installations; industrial equipment, tools and dies.

 

Top processes applied in Compa new projects, which integrate a large number of CNC equipment, associated with defect detection methods and statistical control methods guarantee our constant quality. The use of modern machining technology, of laser cutting or controlling, metal coatings and paintings, heat treatments, robotic cells, dimensional control techniques associated with the lean operational concept make Compa a successful company with remarkable results in the past years.

 

Compa is a powerful partner for some of the top automotive manufacturers worldwide: Bosch, Delphi, Honeywell, Fuji-Koyo, Jtekt, Dacia- Renault, Daikin, INA Schaeffler, ThyssenKrupp Bilstein, Takata, Haulotte Group, Hutchinson, BOS etc. Compa exports its products to over 24 countries on 4 continents, including France, the United States, Germany, the Czech Republic, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, China and India.

 

Learn more about COMPA…