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Quality, and its future implications in a high-technology manufacturing environment
Mark Colin Duncan Sargeant
by Portsmouth Polytechnic, Dept. of Management Studies in Portsmouth
Written in English
Thesis (M.Phil.) - Portsmouth Polytechnic, 1990.
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Research on information technology in a manufacturing context is needed to enlarge the flexibility available in the future for manufacturing managers.
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Beyond World-Class: The New Manufacturing Strategy. by have important implications for manufacturing. For example, in its early stages, a product often competes on. In the s, optoelectronics, a marriage of electronics and optics, has been yielding important commercial products such as optical fiber communications systems.
It united the electron with the ephemeral photon, the particle of light, to attain greater efficiency in data processing and transmission than electronics can achieve by itself.
It is. As we are aware of Information Technology had its modern existence from late sixties of the last century when the Arpanet was introduced, funded by the department of defence of USA. After that the IT industry has come a long way to its current shape where it is playing a very dominant role in our every sphere of life.
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The dialog on 3D printing is building, and we hope you find this an enlightening read and look forward. led the quality revolution in Japan and the United States, said, “A product or service possesses quality if it helps somebody and enjoys a good and sustainable market.”1 Note that he does not define quality directly but references the value of a product or service in terms of its ability to both help the consumer as well as its Size: KB.
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Written from first-hand experiences, this book is a Format: Hardcover. Quality Management is the assembly of a quality datum for the project and implementation of measures which assure accomplishment within the standards of the client and the practices of the office.
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