Quality Control: The Challenges of Globalization to Nigerian Manufacturing Firms
Keywords:Inspection, Quality, Control, Work-In-Process
AbstractThis work looked at the quality control mechanism in organisation with the mission of getting high quality products/services during production across to the end user.Â The work looked into quality control concept with much emphasis on tolerance level and went further to show those identified challenges of quality control to Nigerian manufacturing firms.Â The problems of quality control as well as the internal and external elements affecting quality control.Â Finally, it was concluded that Nigerian manufacturing firms will find it difficult to cope with the current trend and the challenges of globalization due to the economic problem in the nation; worst still the present economic recession.
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