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Continual Improvement While Maintaining A State of Control: A Concealed Paradox or a Mutual Interdependence?

Better design of products to improve service Higher level of uniform product quality Improvement of product testing in the workplace and in research centers Greater sales through side [global] markets While finished product quality remains the focus widely in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector, the last two decades have seen a shift from product quality control, via inspections and end-product testing, to early detection of issues during production to prevent end-product problems. QUALITY STANDARDS ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems (QMS) Standard In the 1980s due to increases in global...

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