Sewn Product Quality: A Management Perspective, by Doris H. Kincade introduces advanced trade-particular terminology and processes and explains them with footage and text that’s relevant to market. The book discusses all elements of high quality, devoting separate sections to supplies and processes and focusing specifically on the brand new consumer-centric enterprise environment.
Taking a managerial perspective, it presents definitions, methods, and standards distinctive to the sewn products trade and shows the way to impression quality throughout the design, production and delivery process. It discusses high quality techniques used within the sewn product business-from a managerial perspective.
This text takes a management perspective and discusses methods to manage quality throughout the textile and merchandising fields. Writer discusses quality management expertise which can be job-specific and used within the industry. It devotes separate sections to materials and processes-so readers can see all the standard considerations throughout design, production and delivery.
Sewn Product Quality: A Management Perspective supplies answers to the questions of what quality is; how high quality is constructed into the product; and how a company can plan for and control quality. It emphasizes how high quality is an integral part of the complete manufacturing process. It explains points which can be necessary in working in a worldwide business and identifies sources necessary to operating a business exterior of the U.S.
This book defines new terminology and ideas-throughout the book with technical vocabulary and business processes that are relevant to their future careers. It discusses client-centric operations and this new strategic orientation for sewn product businesses.
Sewn Product Quality: A Management Perspective [Paperback]
Doris H. Kincade
Prentice Hall; 1 edition (March 22, 2007)