Tag Archive: quality

Nov
17

How do you know quality when you see it?

After describing what it is that Pro QC does the other day, an individual paused and asked how we know what quality is when we see it. And, that’s a very interesting question that many conclude is just too subjective to answer. Likely the most popular general definition is Deming’s idea of whether something is meeting or exceeding …

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Nov
03

World Quality Month is here… Spread the word!

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November is recognized internationally as World Quality Month.  Some interesting fun facts regarding its origin via ASQ include: Japan has celebrated World Quality Month in November since 1960. China originally recognized World Quality Month in September starting in 1978. North America started raising awareness in 1988 and originally celebrated in October. First promulgated by the …

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Oct
29

Standards: Ensuring Quality, Safety & Spookiness on Halloween

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Halloween is approaching and is celebrated by millions around the world each year on October 31st. At Pro QC, our teams across the globe often observe Halloween with good food, friends and festive decorations. The history of Halloween has evolved. “Traditional activities on Halloween include trick-or-treating, bonfires, costume parties, visiting “haunted houses” and carving jack-o-lanterns. …

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Oct
24

25 Quotes to Inspire Quality & Success

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Some of our more popular newsletter and blog posts include quality quotes.  We’re always looking to add to our collection. The 15 quotes below are our most recent inspiration: “Be passionate about solving the problem, not proving your solution.” ~Nathan Furr “The starting point of all achievement is desire.” ~Napoleon Hill “A bad workman blames …

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Oct
15

Why social responsibility at factories matters

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We continue to see an increase in requests for social responsibility audits and are pleased to see the growing commitment in this regard.  Aside from reducing quality risks and cost, ensuring social responsibility improves quality of life and ultimately affects the quality of products being produced as well. Principles of social responsibility per the ISO …

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