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KALİTE YÖNETİMİ DERSİ ÖDEV GRUPLARI (2012-2013 Öğretim Yılı I. YY) Konu Yalın Üretim 5S 1 Adı Fatma Büşra Ebru Betül M. Emin Havva Nur Çağdaş Esra H. Tuğçe Melek Çetele Diyagramı Pareto Diyagramı 3 Mehmet Hakan Veysel Metehan M. Fuat H. Talha Mücahit Uğur Can Onur Can Semih Mehtap Semra İlknur Ersan Enes Doğukan Şura Şimal Soyadı Tiniğ Bakoğlu Altıntaş Aksoy Ayar Acartürk Nazlım Ünver Kuru Bayhan Saygın Binici Seviniş Şal Özyılmaz Dündar Yılmaz Uzunahmetoğlu Ogan Erkıran Demir Özer Atay Erceyiş Koçoğlu Günaydın Tayıncı Özdemir Demiran Ağaç Diyagramı (5N, Neden-Neden AD, 03.Ara.12 9 Nasıl-Nasıl AD) 03.Ara.12 8 Tarih Konu Histogram (Süreç Yeterlilik Analizi) 7 Adı Kadir Zehra Oya Gülşen Nesibe Altan Cahit Mahmut Mevlüt Görkem Emrah Ercan Halenur Onur İsmail Hatice M. Emin Burcu Filiz Hayriye Seda Gülşah Özge Merve Esra L. İbrahim Mustafa Sefa Ebubekir Soyadı Çürük Bek Karaboğa Baycan Duran Akkaşoğlu Aygüç Dündar Düdükçü Fidancı Salman Tunalı Bayrakdar Şahin Seferov Balcı Yıldırım Turan Öztürk Bayramoğlu Papila Kurnaz Taşkan Kaymak Günegül Boztaş Sekban Yıldırım 10.Ara.12 Tarih

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