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__________ are teams that work to improve processes and customer service. A. Tiger teams B. Cross-functional teams C. Self-directed work teams D. Natural work groups E. Process improvement teams
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Like engineers, operations managers are very concerned about product and process design. However, rather than focusing on only the technical aspects of those activities, operations concentrates on the __________ of these activities. A. Management B. Staffing C. Economics D. Financing E. Marketing
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The development and dissemination of the basic seven tools of quality was the work of: A. W. Edwards Deming B. Joseph Juran C. Philip Crosby D. Kaoru Ishikawa E. Genichi Taguchi
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The view of the customer that asserts that he or she is a valued asset to be managed is referred to as: A. voice of the customer B. customer relationship management C. cry of the customer D. opinion of the end user E. house of quality
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The view of the customer that asserts that he or she is a valued asset to be managed is referred to as: Customer relationship management.
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The auditing portion of a supplier development program is referred to as a: A. supplier assessment B. supplier audit C. supplier review D. supplier checkup E. supplier analysis
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