Tag Archive: quality

Aug
07

Top Enterprise Quality Drivers Identified

Over 1800 senior executives and quality professionals were interviewed as part of a recent global Forbes Insights report. “The focus relates to the links between quality efforts and corporate performance, as well as the evolving business value of quality.” Of those surveyed, 58% of senior executives and 43% of quality professionals identified quality issues with …

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Jun
23

Pet Industry Trends: Quality Considerations

A love for our furry friends is shared among Pro QC teams across the globe. In fact, international trends are consistent.” World pet markets are growing at a dramatic rate, with a number of countries witnessing higher than ever pet ownership and spending.” Euromonitor reports that the world pet market arena in India is expected …

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May
10

Reflecting on the Advantages of Technology on QC…

This month represents six years of blogging and sharing quality news and insight. Pro QC has provided QC services for over three decades and has seen the emergence of technology within the industry and the significant advantages organizations have today as a result. A few notable advances in technology we’ve seen over the years includes: …

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Apr
25

What is Responsible Sourcing & How Do You Manage It Effectively?

Our latest video discusses a topic increasing in relevancy. Responsible Sourcing is also a topic we’ll be discussing next week at ASQ’s annual World Conference on Quality & Improvement.  Visit us in Booth 607, or attend one or both of our sessions on Monday, May 1st. 3pm – 4pm M26: Managing Supplier Social Responsibility: On-Site Audits …

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Apr
05

Too much quality?

Wichita’s NPR station recently focused an OnWords piece related to quality. Consider the following: “You can usually tell that an organization has stopped caring about quality when it becomes the only thing they talk about.” As quality professionals, we revel in the fact that organizations might be talking too much about quality. In that scenario, …

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