C I and Quality Costs (afternoon)
with Rick Goodson
Saturday Mar 9, 2019
Although the traditional quality cost methodology of Prevention, Appraisal, and Failure is widely published, it is only one of many quality costs methodology, many better suited for driving continuous improvements. Focusing on a Cost of Quality model that aligns with process costs and traditional accounting processes yields better employee buy-in and results in improved results. This half-day course will explore five quality cost models and examples of improvement gains based on their use.