Standards Outlook: Taking Control

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Russell, J.P.   (ASQ)  

Quality Progress    Vol. 44    No. 6
QICID: 33524    June 2011    pp. 61-63
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Article Abstract

There's a reason why it's called "quality control." Organizations need to have a solid grip on their processes if they're going to be as profitable as possible, meet performance targets, and prevent waste. In this Standards Outlook column, J.P. Russell defines what control should mean to every organization, how to tell whether controls are in place, and how auditors can determine whether those controls are adequate.

Keywords

Quality control, Auditing, Process management


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