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How do you judge success in your quality process?

by admin on October 29, 2007

Success can be defined in so many ways. To some, success is achieving the minimum goals that are set for them. For others, success is achieving more than you ever thought that you could. For others, success is knowing that your actions will lead to the success of others.

Regardless of how you define success, you understand that success is a measurement of quality in action. To achieve success, you have to ask yourself some pretty tough questions and be ready to answer those questions with your actions.

Some questions that a successful person may ask include:

  • What am I expected to do and how am I exceeding that goal?
  • How do I know that I’m doing well in my quality process?
  • What is significant about the success of my job?
  • How can I measure the successes of my position?
  • Is my success leading to the success of others?
  • If I am successful, will the company as a whole be successful?

These are the kinds of questions which should have open ended answers, as you find new ways to succeed and improve your quality process every day.

To help remind you and others of the successes you can make, we’ve developed the QP271 Quality Process Poster:

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