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Presidency College, Bangalore 560024, INDIA
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Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies
School of International Studies
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi-110067
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University of Library Studies and Information Technologies, Bulgaria
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Assistant Professor Mr. Shrikant S. Karanjkar
Dept. of Mgt. Studies (DMS)
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous Institute)
Rajaramnagar, Islampur, Dist. Sangli (Maharashtra)
Born: July 13, 1915
Died: April 16, 1989
Ishikawa is best known for:
Ishikawa Diagram - Also known as Cause-and-effect Diagram or Fishbone Diagram.
Seven Basic Quality Tools - Seven Basic Quality Tools were first emphasized by Ishikawa.
Quality Circles - Ishikawa introduced the concept of Quality Circles. This is an essential part of Total Quality Management (TQM).
Company-wide Quality - Ishikawa believed that quality must be company-wide.
A Brief Introduction:
Kaoru Ishikawa served as president of the Japanese Society for Quality Control and the Musashi Institute of Technology and co-founded and served as president of the International Academy for Quality. Upon retirement, he was named professor emeritus of the University of Tokyo, Honorary Member of ASQ and the honorary member of the International Academy for Quality.
He wrote 647 articles and 31 books, including two that were translated into English: "Introduction to Quality Control" and "What Is Total Quality Control? The Japanese Way".
He is well known for coming up with the concept for the fishbone shaped diagram, known as the Ishikawa or cause and effect diagram, used to improve the performance of teams in determining potential root causes of their quality problems.
He developed and delivered the first basic quality control course for the Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers (JUSE) Credited with creating the Japanese quality circle movement.
ASQ named a national medal after him, recognizing him as a distinguished pioneer in the achievement of respect for humanity in the quality disciplines.