juran

juran

[′ju̇r·ən]
(meteorology)
A wind blowing from the Jura Mountains in Switzerland from the northwest toward Lake Geneva; it is a cold and snowy wind and may be very turbulent, especially in spring. Also spelled joran.
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Students who complete the Certificate Program, receiving academic and financial clearance, are eligible to take the Juran Global online test for Black Belt Certification at no additional cost.
Tenders are invited for construction of rcc side drain from company bag triangle to juran chhapura triangle in muzaffarpur-rewaghat road under rsvy scheme for the year 2015-16.
Juran (1904-2008) is the first guru in quality management and is called the Father of Modern Quality Management [5].
SeeNews) - Dec 11, 2014 - CzechA construction firmA Juran SroA has awarded a laboratory, optical and precision equipment deal to domesticA Machine Group Sro worth some CZK 3.
Juran coins a phrase to signify the increased exposure to issues resulting from quality defects in an increasingly technological era -- "life behind the quality dikes".
Table 1: Range behavior of quality cost categories Total Quality Cost Harrington Fawsi Juran Prevention Costs 10% 0,5-5% [approximately equal to] 10% Evaluation Costs 35% 10-50% [approximately equal to] 10% Internal Failure Costs 7% 20-40% [approximately External Failure Costs 48% 23-40% equal to] 50% Total Quality Cost Cuatrecasas Prevention Costs <5% Evaluation Costs 10-50% Internal Failure Costs 20-40% External Failure Costs 25-40% Source: [Marrero, Y, 2010, p.
Sommer and her co-author, Juran Yoon, pulled information from two studies and nearly 120 people, in which participants were asked to talk to another person and act either "highly likeable (polite and egalitarian) or highly unlikeable (rude and bigoted) acquaintance.
Consequently, he is well versed in all of the quality methods and metrics, in the "things gone wrong" and the "build it right the first time," in Deming and Juran, in warranty costs and GM's internal metric Incidents Per Thousand Vehicles.
It is generally agreed that much of the existing TQM thinking and the contemporary TQM literature evolved from the philosophies and principles originally pioneered by quality gurus/leaders such as Crosby, Deming, Feigenbaum, Imai, Ishikawa, Juran, and Shingo among others.
Joseph Juran, besides, a panel discussion with international experts in the field of quality.
Dr Rajiva Kumar, head of the paediatric department of the Kejriwal Matrisadan, the private nursing home in Muzaffarpur's Juran Chapra area where the baby was born, said the child was initially kept in the ICU where his heartbeat was found to be normal.