Sustainable growth of a company is not any easy task and it is a clear indicative of a company’s objective of continuous quality control. In today’s world we see that there are only a handful number of companies that stand out others with their product. Why only a few company is making billions when some are thinking about closing down a product’s life cycle or even closing their business.? The reason is not straight forward, but one of the major reason of a company’s excelling in performance is its ability to control and improve the quality of the products. This article is not about what the quality control is all about , it is about what the quality pioneers though about quality control.
Dr. W. Edwards Deming
One of the leading force of the 19th century behind the development of quality control management process. he was born in Iowa, USA in October 1900 and received a Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in the same subject. His philosophy of quality control are simple and easy-to-follow. Below are some of his philosophy that I’ve explained with my own understanding of quality control.
- Identify the common and special causes that influence the quality of a product. There are some common causes that is inherent to that system and control the quality of a particular product-by ensuring that these common causes are not a threat or at least reducing the probability of occurring such threats during process of producing a product will certainly improve quality. [Read more…]