Quality Assurance Revisited - Downsizing the quality inspection department in the name of TOM may be a mistake. In fact, companies too often cut quality assurance prematurely during their implementation of quality management programs. But the emergence of ISO 9000 has put a new emphasis on basic quality assurance
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