Future QM? Status and Need for Action

In our first Quality Talk, Lutz Krämer, Head of Products at Babtec, talks to quality expert and innovation philosopher Dr. Markus Reimer about the future of quality management and the resulting nine fields of action for digitalization.

Do we think "quality" too small? What challenges and opportunities will the future bring for quality management? What effects will these have on the job description of a quality manager? And what does a water flea actually have to do with "quality"? Babtec's head of product Lutz Krämer and quality expert Dr. Markus Reimer will examine these and other exciting questions in our Quality Talk. They point out various perspectives that need to be taken into account in organizations in order to position themselves successfully for the future. This results in nine arenas which every quality manager must be familiar with. Our experts are certain: In the future, quality must be considered far beyond the own company and classic customers. The quality manager can play a decisive key role here. To find out which one this is and how he can implement the requirements, watch the video.

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