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The true cost of quality in today's economy july 30th
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The true cost of quality in today's economy july 30th

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In this free 30 minute Webinar you will learn an alternative perspective, highlighting the benefits of prevention in quality management and exploring some of the ways to find a financial windfall by …

In this free 30 minute Webinar you will learn an alternative perspective, highlighting the benefits of prevention in quality management and exploring some of the ways to find a financial windfall by reducing the cost of poor quality as well as taking a look at the true the costs of quality and how to reduce them by shifting to proactive management.

Watch the full Webinar here:http://bit.ly/1uH3wkM

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  • 1. The True Cost of Quality in Today’s Economy Maintaining quality products and services along with a high level of customer satisfaction is critical for maximizing profit in today’s global economic climate. However, quality management is often a target for budget cuts and personnel changes as profit margins get squeezed. The end result of removing these checks and balances is that companies fall into a ‘Quality Death Spiral’.
  • 2. Topics Covered Include:  Evaluating the impact of the current economy on quality management departments around the world.  Exploring the critical problems with traditional cost reduction methods in quality management. • Overcoming the most common roadblocks to improvement. • The link between profit and proactive management. • Building a business case for investment in quality and potential solutions to maximize ROI.

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