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Adding Points to Defects

According Pund (2013) during sprints, there are defects that are identified and have varying severities, and the team must make decisions to “fix in the sprint” or “push to the product backlog.” This is typically decided based on whether the developed user story still delivers business value. 400 more words

Project Management

Slab and Frame Inspection

So today we had Darbecca out on site to inspect the slab and frame before we proceed to the next stage. The detailed report came through this afternoon outlining 24 items that require rectification that were not in line with the Building Code of Australia (BCA). 802 more words


The Mirroring Effect On The World Around You

In the last article on How Do We Choose Our Parents (you can read the article here) I was telling you about the Mirror Effect and that it influences the world around us. 740 more words

Life Back To Basics

Major Home Defects to Watch Out For

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When you decide to buy a home, getting a home inspection done is a crucial step that can help you to uncover defects with the home. 117 more words

07 Battle of the Affections

By John Thiel, Godly Affections That Motivate Series, mp3

Scripture reading: Ezekiel 36:26 A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you: and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh, and I will give you an heart of flesh. 5,873 more words

Divine Service Sermons



My question concerns the process performance metric DPMO (defects per million opportunities). I want to use this to quantify a particular supplier’s performance. My question is, is the number of defects referred to in the calculation the number of defects produced by the supplier (in which case it would involve data I don’t have access to), or is it the number of defects experienced by the customer (which is us)? 198 more words


Why is so difficult to implement TPM?

Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is a method to achieve maximum equipment effectiveness through employee involvement.  TPM achieves efficiency by building a comprehensive maintenance system based on respect for individuals and total employee participation.   655 more words