Quality Progress

August 2018 Issue

 


Cover Story

Speaking Your Language

Tap into the revised third edition of QP's Quality Glossary, the most comprehensive list of quality terms available anywhere.

by James L. Bossert, Grace L. Duffy, R. Dan Reid and James J. Rooney

Open Access
 

 


Terminology

Spelling It Out

The science behind developing new terms and definitions that are adopted into standards.

by Gary G. Jing


ASQTV

Process Mapping and Architecture

In this latest episode of ASQTV, learn process map and flowchart basics, and how to use a process architecture map to improve the process and identify lean wastes.

Your Turn to Talk Terms

Wondering about a specific term or definition that appears in the QP Quality Glossary? Have a good suggestion on what could be added? Join a live discussion with some of the subject matter experts who helped revise this latest version of the QP Quality Glossary at ASQ’s new online community—my.asq.org—and share your thoughts! Go to the QP “Discussions” tab and join the conversation. The one-hour discussion takes place at 12 p.m. Central on Friday, Aug. 24.

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