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Q: 23) The three spheres of quality are: A. quality in products, quality in services, and quality in customer orientation B. internal quality, external quality and quality systems C.
quality planning and management, quality assurance, and quality control D. quality in design, quality in manufacturing, and quality in customer service E. quality planning and management, quality conformance, and quality education
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12) The development and dissemination of the basic seven tools of quality was the work of: A. Genichi Taguchi B. Philip Crosby C. Joseph Juran D. Kaoru Ishikawa E. W. Edwards Deming
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13) One of the difficulties in satisfying customer requirements is that in a dynamic environment, customer needs are: A. constantly changing in services but remain fairly stable in manufacturing B. constantly changing in manufacturing but remain fairly stable in services C. not a priority for many firms D. constantly changing E. relatively stable
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One of the difficulties in satisfying customer requirements is that in a dynamic environment, customer needs are constantly changing.
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22) _________ allows customers and customers to tie their systems together to enhance planning, and purchasing, and coordination. A. MRP B. CPM C. EDI D. PERT E. CRM
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EDI allows customers and customers to tie their systems together to enhance planning, and purchasing, and coordination.

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