Quality Glossary

Abstract:Five years after it published its first glossary of quality terms, ASQ has revised that glossary with updated definitions and new entries, many from the lean glossary published in 2005. This reference of terms, acronyms, and prominent figures in the history of quality is essential for every quality …

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--W. Domozych , 04-30-2016

would it be a good idea to add the definition of chronic problem to the quality glossary (example: problem lasting for a long period of time or marked by frequent recurrence, or subject to a habit or pattern of a long time) or to the topics how to PREVENT it, etc.

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--Aylin N. Sener, 04-30-2015

--alex, 03-22-2013

ISO 9000 series standards: A set of international standards on quality management and quality assurance developed to help companies effectively document the quality system elements to be implemented to maintain an efficient quality system. The standards, initially published in 1987, are not specific to any particular industry, product or service. The standards were developed by the International Organization for Standardization (see listing). The standards underwent major revision in 2000 and now include ISO 9000:2005 (definitions), ISO 9001:2008 (requirements) and ISO 9004:2009 (continuous improvement).

(Year of publication of latest standards needs to be revised.)
--Sandeep Kumar, 11-27-2009

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