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Quality at the source means returning all defects to the source - our vendors. Quality control is assuring that processes are performing in an acceptable manner. Quality function deployment (QFD) is based on a set of standards which relate customer requirements to company capabilities. Quality Function Deployment" is a structured approach that guarantees that the highest quality product or service will be designed. Quality of conformance refers to the degree to which goods and services conform to the intent of the designers as documented in the specifications. Quality of conformance" is concerned with whether a product or service conforms to its specifications.
Quality of design refers to the degree to which goods and services achieve the intent of the designers. Range charts and p-charts are both used for variable data. Range charts are used mainly with attribute data. Range control charts are used to monitor process central tendency. Re-manufacturing refers to removing some of the components of old products and reusing them in new products. Recent changes to ISO guidelines stress continuous improvement regardless of how good you currently are. Recent changes to ISO guidelines stress continuous improvement regardless of how good you currently are. Reducing consumer choices makes service more efficient. Reducing the variations in our product or service is an important key to perceived quality. Regardless of superior quality, consumers won't pay premium prices. Regardless of superior quality, consumers won't pay premium prices. Reliability can be defined in terms of a particular point in time or in terms of length ofservice. Reliability can be improved by the use of backup components. Reliability refers to the ability of a product to perform its intended function under normal conditions. Repetitive processing systems usually produce goods specifically for customer orders rather than for inventory. Research and development (R&D) refers to organized efforts that are directed toward increasing scientific knowledge and product (or process) innovation.
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service organizations. FALSE, costs. FALSE, Baldrige Wheel. FALSE