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What does HOQ stand for?

HOQ stands for House of Quality (Quality Function Deployment)

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Other changes include using House of Quality as a tool for identifying customer needs, considering environmental issues and issues of product safety and reliability, describing non-traditional and advanced materials, taking manufacturing considerations into account, and using MATLAB in materials selection and substitution.
According to Rick Pindur, Director of Global Equipment Engineering at Scholle Packaging, "Referencing the House of Quality as design parameters throughout the design work kept us on track to ensure the new filler design fully meets customer expectations.
Over 60 who worked at Walkers Ltd, The House of Quality, over 20 years ago met at The Salutation Inn on Tynemouth's Front Street, to reminisce.
Strategyn CEO Tony Ulwick has joined Richard Zultner, a founder and director of the QFD Institute, and Rick Norman, a longtime QFD practitioner, in writing "Retiring the House of Quality," a provocative and profound article that explains how Strategyn's Outcome-Driven Innovation[R] methodology has rendered the house of quality obsolete as a tool for the front end of product and service innovation.