Magazines and Journals Articles
Quality Progress is ASQ’s monthly membership magazine and flagship publication. Read by more people than any other magazine on quality, QP seeks to be the world's leading source of timely information about quality principles, tools and techniques. It provides learning opportunities, stimulates discussion on achieving performance excellence and delivers the means by which individuals, organizations and society can improve.
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The Journal for Quality and Participation is a peer-reviewed publication and is published four times per year. Themes and topics include leadership, employee involvement, and teamwork. Process improvement in these areas encourages and enables people to participate in decisions that affect quality, customer satisfaction, and the performance of their organizations.
The Journal of Quality Technology is a peer-reviewed publication and is published four times per year. This journal emphasizes the practical applicability of new statistical techniques on design of experiments, process monitoring, reliability, and applied statistics. Papers present new methods, case study examples, comparisons of existing methods, and reviews of the literature on topics of current interest. It is consistently ranked by Journal Citation Report as one of the most cited journals in the areas of industrial engineering, management science, and statistics.
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Quality Engineering is a peer-reviewed, quarterly journal co-published by Taylor and Francis and ASQ. Written for professionals in all engineering and management fields interested in quality improvement, this journal provides the widest-ranging coverage of "how-we-did-it" accomplishments, focusing on comprehensive quality science applications throughout the entire economy and society. The journal contains the latest thinking on quality control and quality assurance management, related physical technology, associated statistical tools, standards information, and more.
The Quality Management Journal is a peer-reviewed publication and is published four times per year. The journal aims to link the efforts of academic researchers and quality management practitioners by publishing significant research relevant to quality management practice and provide a forum for discussion of such research by academics and practitioners. New research that scientifically explores the principles of quality management is actively sought for publication. This is a FREE digital subscription for ASQ professional, senior, fellow, and honorary members.
Lean & Six Sigma Review is a peer-reviewed publication and is published four times per year. This magazine provides a holistic view of lean and Six Sigma, from the basics to the boardroom. It addresses the various professional development needs of Six Sigma Executives, Champions, Master Black Belts, Black Belts, Green Belts, and Yellow Belts.
The Software Quality Professional is a peer-reviewed publication and is published four times per year. This journal publishes research reports, case studies, experienced-based reports, and perspectives/issues pieces to provide researchers and practitioners with an understanding of quality practices in modern software-intensive systems in a wide range of industries, applications, and organizational settings.
Technometrics is co-published four times per year by ASQ and the American Statistical Association (ASA). Technometrics contributes to the development and use of statistical methods in the physical, chemical, and engineering sciences as well as information sciences and technology. It features papers that describe new statistical techniques; illustrate innovative applications of known statistical methods; or review methods, issues, or philosophy in a particular area of statistics or science. Articles are expected to include adequate justification of the application of the technique, preferably by means of an actual application to a problem in the physical, chemical, engineering or information sciences.