Progress Report

2002

The latest news analysis, events, web resources and more from the world of quality.

Open Access

Keeping Current: December 2002

by QP Staff

Q-100 continues to outperform...patient safety studies...Web Watch...more.


Open Access

Keeping Current: November 2002

by QP Staff

Cost of software bugs...ISO 9000 and financial performance...new quality award...more.  


Open Access

Keeping Current: October 2002

by QP Staff

Environmental TAG work group volunteers sought...ISO 9000 and 14000 certificates reach record levels...Baldrige regional  conferences...more


Open Access

Keeping Current: September 2002

by QP Staff

Q-100 predicted to lead market rebound...ANSI offers training for certifiers of auditors...ISO revises advice for small manufacturers...more.


Open Access

Keeping Current: August 2002

by QP Staff

49 organizations apply for Baldrige...ISO secretariat gets ISO 9001 certification...more.


Open Access

Keeping Current: July 2002

by QP Staff

Latest customer satisfaction scores...new software quality consortium.


Open Access

Keeping Current: June 2002

by QP Staff

Quarterly Q-100 report...airline and automotive quality...working to save Manufacturing Extension Partnership funding...more.


Open Access

Keeping Current: May 2002

by QP Staff

President's Quality Award changes...2002 Shingo Prizes...Baldrige Index again tops S&P...more.


Open Access

Keeping Current: April 2002

by QP Staff

ACSI results on retailers...NIST's slippery slope...more.


Open Access

Keeping Current: March 2002

by QP Staff

Q-100 outperforms S&P 500...Medicare service supports ISO 9001 certification...ISO 9000 product support initiative...more.


Open Access

Keeping Current: February 2002

by QP Staff

Study says U.S. benefits $25 billion from Baldrige...education shows increased interest in quality...Web Watch...more.


Open Access

Keeping Current: January 2002

by QP Staff

Governors' best practices group studies terrorism prevention... Healthcare accountability group gets grant...Web Watch...more.


 


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