Some Determinants of Satisfaction and Quality Performance in the Electronic Components Industry - As internal design and production processes have been simplified, standardized, and brought under statistical control, firms have looked to systems and channels outside operations to further reduce defectives and improve conformance quality. Because most manufacturers buy more than half their inputs ...
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