Published February 1984
by Pergamon .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||134|
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in book. Next chapter. in book. 2 Quality Control-- The Japanese Approach HAJIME KARATSU Managing Director, Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd. In the process of rebuilding Japanese industries destroyed during the war, a large part of the effort was concentrated on improving the quality of their by: 3. Over the years the quality of products and Quality Control itself have made remarkable progress in Japan. 1 2 The Japanese Approach to Product Quality 2. Features of Quality Control in Japan Company-wide QC - CWQC QC in Japan is characterized by company-wide participation, from top management to the lower-ranking by: Prof. Ishikawa and Quality Control Contribution to the Quality Enhancement of Japanese Industrial Products Professor Ishikawa’s greatest achievement was in the dissemination and development of quality control. Quality control techniques were introduced into Japan from the United States of America just after the end of World War Size: KB. Japan is world renowned for its incredible record for total quality control, quality improvement process and lean management. However, it wasn`t always so. Take a look at Japan`s journey to how it got to where it is today. An inspiring story that illustrates that any country or company can develop the skills and techniques to attain a quality.
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