Column: Frontiers of Quality: Gathering Customer Feedback

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Carnell, Mike   (2002, ASQ)   Six Sigma Applications, Marble Falls, TX;

Quality Progress    Vol. 36    No. 1
QICID: 18831    January 2003    pp. 60-61
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Article Abstract

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The customer focus of a Six Sigma project should be inextricably linked to the customer through factors called critical to quality characteristics (CTQs). To start creating an accurate picture of how well you are satisfying your customers, there are two critical things you need to do: identify all your customers and inventory their input. Before you take inventory of everything your customers are receiving, you need to identify all the customers and the products and services being supplied.

Keywords

Customer requirements,Customer supplier relationships,Surveys,Six Sigma,Feedback


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