Quality goes with reputation.  A person or company with quality will normally have a positive reputation.  A person or company without a quality product or output will have a negative reputation. In many Pacific rim industrial centers, quality is related to morality.  A person who produces items of poor quality is someone with faulty morals.

Quality discussions and ideas are found online, in books, and in consulting and training.  TQM, 8-D, Six-Sigma, 5-S, just name a few of the methods used in industries and companies, ranging from electronic system technologies to healthcare and the service industry.

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