from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A system for ensuring the maintenance of proper standards in manufactured goods, especially by periodic random inspection of the product.
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- n. A control, such as inspection or testing, introduced into an industrial or business process to ensure quality.
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- n. maintenance of standards of quality of manufactured goods
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Develop a tight STC marketing organization to get large export orders, distribute them among associated SSIs, forecast fashion trends, adapt designs, collect and ship shoes, and supervise quality control and delivery
In the 1960s, zero-defect quality control and zero-tolerance policies made their mark, promptly picked up by politicians.
Plan-Do-Check-Act and quality control regional supplier associations of rise of lean production at shusa system at spin-off of supplier companies by and United Auto Workers
Supply chain bidding in components supply in lean production and cost adjustments and debugging and decentralization, heijunka in hurdles in lean supply kaizen in lean supply in practice making running changes in parts design in mature mass production parts supply in mature mass production and problem of fluctuating volume and production smoothing and quality control reforming mass-production supply systems supplier associations in lean supply in U.S. automotive industry and value engineering
Lean production birthplace of and changing consumer demand channel loyalty in company as community comparison of mass production with components supply in in contrast to mass production and customer relations and dealing with the customer diffusing encounter between mass production and final assembly plant in future of growth of as humanly fulfilling initial misperceptions of innovation in practice invention in inventory in making transitions to obstacles to origins of product development and engineering quality control in research and development in supply chain in techniques of at Toyota Motor Company transition to, in European auto industry workforce in
They figured the quality control guy had falsely condemned six hundred and fifty working units and the firm was booking them in as destroyed but actually selling them out the back door for a hundred grand apiece to someone called Azhari Mahmoud, a.k.a. whoever.