Twelve Practices for Measuring Corporate Quality at Large, Diverse Organizations

 

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APQC has uncovered 12 practices commonly employed by large organizations to measure quality. The findings in this article are the basis for upcoming APQC research in quality measurement and shed light on how multi-billion dollar organizations evaluate corporate quality. The suggestions in this article can help your organization determine how to develop its own measurement system.

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