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Statistical Quality Control Technology in Japan: A Reprint from “Scientific Information Bulletin”
K.O. Bowman (au); T.H. Hopp (au); R.N. Kacker (au); R.J. Lundegard (au)
From 17 May to 1 June 1989, a survey team organized by the U.S. Nat. Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) visited Japan to assess the latest research and application of statistical quality control technology for product and process design and for manufacture in Japan. The team explored the philosophy and conduct of total quality control (TQC) in Japanese industries, gov’t. laboratories, and national agencies. The philosophy and practice of TQC in Japan is quite different from that of the U.S. industries. Quality control in Japan means “Total Quality Control” with everyone committed from top management to the lowest level workers in all depts., including design, sales, promotion, and service depts. Illus.
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