Costs associated with non-conformance or the costs due to poor quality is called ______

Costs associated with non-conformance or the costs due to poor quality is called ______

a) Cost of Good Quality
b) Cost of Poor Quality
c) Cost of Improvement
d) Cost of Planning

Answer: b
Explanation: Costs associated with non-conformance or the costs due to poor quality is called the cost of poor quality. It is a component of the cost of quality. The cost of quality is used to understand, analyze, and improve quality performance.

More Questions on Cost of Quality

  1. Evaluation of field stock and spare parts fall under the category of ______
  2. Receiving or incoming inspections and tests fall under the category of ______
  3. Retrofit costs fall under the category of _______
  4. Quality improvement, Quality education, and Quality performance reporting fall under the category of _______
  5. Which of the following does not belong to External Failure Costs?
  6. Which of the following does not belong to Internal Failure Costs?
  7. Which of the following does not belong to Internal Failure Costs?
  8. Which of the following does not belong to Prevention Costs?
  9. Which of the following does not belong to Prevention Costs?
  10. Mathematically the cost of quality equals to _______


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