1965-02-01

Value Achievement and Quality Control 650398

Approaches have been developed to supplement the conventional practices of brainstorming, determining process and product tolerances, and conducting a “zero defect” manufacturing program. When integrated with current plant activities, the combination can increase product quality and reduce cost simultaneously. The paper (and its references) is intended to encourage certain firms to start developing skills with these new practices -- firms whose management may not have actively realized that their achievable product values are substantially better than currently being obtained.

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