Electronic Systems Quality Management Handbook

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Business & Economics - 704 pages
This electronics-specific program shows how to apply modern techniques of quality management to the design and manufacture of electronic components and systems.

Electronics professionals find out how to use an integrated quality management system that embraces sales and marketing, procurement and order administration, engineering, manufacturing, enterprise management, and support. They'll gain a working understanding of advanced techniques such as ISO 9000, SPC, Deming's methods, and statistical process control from an electronics viewpoint. Step-by-step guidelines throughout show how to use quality management to reduce program risk and improve product affordability, while shifting emphasis from correcting defects to preventing them.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The New Definition of Quality
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New and Advanced Quality Systems for the New World
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