Sunday, September 5, 2010

Quality Assurance

Definition of QUALITY ASSURANCE

: a program for the systematic monitoring and evaluation of the various aspects of a project, service, or facility to ensure that standards of quality are being met.



I live in the world of Quality Assurance, work that is, and do my utmost in my personal life to uphold as well. I have worked in this field over the bulk of my adult career most recently in the automotive industry.


All of us depend upon it no matter where we live, work or play. I happen to love the term born out of Ford Motor Co. "Quality is Job One" (No, I do not work for Ford Motor). That statement/slogan is American as can be.


Consider if you will on a simple conversation, Do you wish it to be informative and lively or nonsense and boring? If the answer is the former then you to strive for Quality Assurance.


Further, think of ANY product you may wish to purchase, do you want Quality Assurance that, that said product was manufactured? If yes to that, then again we strive for the same, Quality Assurance I need not go on and on with examples as most reading this know of them but I will add one more, swing sets. Do you wish that your purchase of a swing set go without rigorous quality assurance protocol before giving your children a go on it?


The point of this is that if we expect Quality in anything should we not expect the very same in who represents us politically?


The list is endless as to promises made and promised not kept by government , programs that work and those that do not, but we must stay focused on the present and the future as it is dire. We have all heard Bush this and Bush that, we have heard it and actually have put into context, but that again is the past not the present.


We must, and I cannot stress enough the word and meaning of must, help and vote for those who remain dedicated to our founding Quality document - the U.S. Constitution. That will be our only Assurance that we the people can instill ourselves.


The current majority of representatives in congress serving since 2006 and subsequently 2008 have failed the American populous miserably on the Quality part let alone Assurance being they cannot or refuse to read. This holds true for the current regime hold-up in the White House


We as Americans can re-start our Quality Assurance program on November 2, 2010 by voting out ALL those who strayed from the original Quality Assurance road map and continue our quest for Quality into 2012.

1 comment:

Amusing Bunni said...

Well said, Christopher!