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Guide to Quality Control

Guide to Quality Control BOOK REVIEWS tograms and Pareto diagrams, are elementary in adept at problem solving; the techniques and phi­ nature. losophy developed in this book have helped them to be successful in such efforts. The book is defi­ Dr. Deming's statistical control of quality using nitely written for the high-school graduate-not the control charts is not mentioned. Quality control college graduate. It thus cannot be judged in terms group movement (quality circles) gets a little over of its scholarly content, but rather as to how well it one page. An illustration of the brevity of the report relates to people of minimal technical background. is noted on page 69, where the following statement about receiving inspection is made. "The methods The unique contribution of Guide to Quality used in Receiving Inspection a decade ago were Control is the presentation of a wealth of practical based on sampling inspection principles but now techniques in an understandable fashion for the lay deliveries are accepted without inspection." This worker. Properly used, as an on-the-job training statement leaves out important details that this text, it should greatly enhance the problem-solving writer has seen documented in other articles. The skills of those who study it. sequence http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Quality Technology Taylor & Francis

Guide to Quality Control

Journal of Quality Technology , Volume 14 (2): 2 – Apr 1, 1982

Guide to Quality Control

Journal of Quality Technology , Volume 14 (2): 2 – Apr 1, 1982

Abstract

BOOK REVIEWS tograms and Pareto diagrams, are elementary in adept at problem solving; the techniques and phi­ nature. losophy developed in this book have helped them to be successful in such efforts. The book is defi­ Dr. Deming's statistical control of quality using nitely written for the high-school graduate-not the control charts is not mentioned. Quality control college graduate. It thus cannot be judged in terms group movement (quality circles) gets a little over of its scholarly content, but rather as to how well it one page. An illustration of the brevity of the report relates to people of minimal technical background. is noted on page 69, where the following statement about receiving inspection is made. "The methods The unique contribution of Guide to Quality used in Receiving Inspection a decade ago were Control is the presentation of a wealth of practical based on sampling inspection principles but now techniques in an understandable fashion for the lay deliveries are accepted without inspection." This worker. Properly used, as an on-the-job training statement leaves out important details that this text, it should greatly enhance the problem-solving writer has seen documented in other articles. The skills of those who study it. sequence

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright 1982 ASQ
ISSN
2575-6230
eISSN
0022-4065
DOI
10.1080/00224065.1982.11978798
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Abstract

BOOK REVIEWS tograms and Pareto diagrams, are elementary in adept at problem solving; the techniques and phi­ nature. losophy developed in this book have helped them to be successful in such efforts. The book is defi­ Dr. Deming's statistical control of quality using nitely written for the high-school graduate-not the control charts is not mentioned. Quality control college graduate. It thus cannot be judged in terms group movement (quality circles) gets a little over of its scholarly content, but rather as to how well it one page. An illustration of the brevity of the report relates to people of minimal technical background. is noted on page 69, where the following statement about receiving inspection is made. "The methods The unique contribution of Guide to Quality used in Receiving Inspection a decade ago were Control is the presentation of a wealth of practical based on sampling inspection principles but now techniques in an understandable fashion for the lay deliveries are accepted without inspection." This worker. Properly used, as an on-the-job training statement leaves out important details that this text, it should greatly enhance the problem-solving writer has seen documented in other articles. The skills of those who study it. sequence

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Journal of Quality TechnologyTaylor & Francis

Published: Apr 1, 1982

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