Monthly Archives: June 2014

The three Don’ts of Built-in Quality

What do you think of when you hear the term, “Built-in Quality”? Well, perhaps it helps if you think about what is a built-in cabinet, or a built-in grill.  When something is “built-in”, it has become part of whatever else you built it into.  It follows, then, that Built-in Quality means to make Quality part of something, and that something is your process; your product. Built-in Quality means not relying on inspection to catch defects, or accepting the fact that there is rework and scrap Continue reading →