The second part describes building a cost of quality measure, process details, recommendations on how to sell a cost of quality program, and pitfalls.
What does COQ stand for?
COQ stands for Cost Of Quality
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of COQ
We have 9 other meanings of COQ in our Acronym Attic
- CITED based multi-media IPR management on cost effective smart device
- Copyright Violation (also seen as CV; Wikimedia Foundation)
- Cadet of the Quarter
- Centre Ostéopathique du Québec (French: Osteopathic Center of Quebec; Quebec, Canada)
- Certificate of Quality (various companies)
- Certification of Qualification (NASA)
- Chernoff-Optimal Quantization
- Coenzyme Q (dietary supplement)
- Commanding Officer's Quarters
- Coquitlam (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
- Coût d'Obtention de la Qualité (French: Cost of Obtaining Quality)
- Coenzyme Q10 (aka ubiquinone)
- Central Ohio Quality Assurance Association
- Central Oklahoma Qualatex Balloon Network
- Children of the Qur'an Islamic Institute
- Cohsasa Quality Information System (South Africa)
- Covariant-Oscillator Quark Model
- Construction de Qualité (French: Quality Construction; Belgium)
- Constructive Quality Model
- Call out Request
Samples in periodicals archive:
But planning ahead and taking steps to avoid problems after the cast has been made can ease the process, a mature company can keep its total cost of quality near 3-5% of its sales level.
As I mentioned, we started with a model much like Phil Crosby's quality approach, where the cost of quality was supposed to be the key way of measuring how well we're doing by measuring prevention costs, the cost of inspection, the cost of errors.