- n. Failure to conform.
- n. failure to conform to accepted standards of behavior
- n. a lack of orthodoxy in thoughts or beliefs
- non- + conformance (Wiktionary)
“Crosby measures quality for an organization in terms of the price of nonconformance, that is, the price paid for failing to meet the requirements set for a product.”
“Mistakes and experimentation are viewed as nonconformance and result in penalties via lowered performance ratings.”
“We found that the Project Office initiated appropriate actions to identify and resolve LH2 sensor nonconformance issues by reviewing manufacturing and testing processes.”
“The story is also told non-sequentially - starting in the middle, then showing us the beginning and ending - adding to the theme of nonconformance.”
“Ellison's story is an effective parable for conformance (and the need for nonconformance) that is timeless.”
“* An itemized evaluation of the potential safety and cost impacts associated with each identified noncompliance and nonconformance.”
“The price of nonconformance includes scrap expenses and rework expenses, including all the costs associated with wasted time, effort, and material.”
“The price of nonconformance, says Crosby, can be reduced in an organization through the application of quality improvement principles.”
“Crosby calculates the total cost of quality as the price of conformance plus the price of nonconformance.”
“Analyze data from various quality inputs including but not limited to: nonconformance, FCA, complaints, MDR, etc to determine trends and systemic issues”
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