After several discussions and research, I realized the limit of information and advantages business owners, programmers, managers, directors, CEO, Presidents, and further continue to dismiss the importance of quality assurance (QA). Quality Assurance stands alone in the professional arena, however it is an added value to many non-profit and for-profit organizations. Quality Assurance is not the boring topic that many become intimidated by for so many reasons, understandably so. Fear is present anywhere there's a lack of knowledge, understanding, or known purpose of value. This is where Quality Assurance resided for some time, until the government funded programs begin to hold the funded organizations accountable. This is not a bad thing.
Let me begin here, as I do not encourage assumption in anything I do. Therefore, Quality Assurance is an expectation via established processes for every stage of a production, product, delivery of some form of service. Within QA, there lies many levels of profession to ensure processes, stages and services are delivered in the highest quality within established guidelines; including collection, testing, surveying, reviewing potential issues in advance, execution, and reporting. Some of the professions using QA will include but are not limited to Program Management, Food, Science, Technology, Engineering, Compliance, Inspectors, and Analyst.
As a result of the more companies reaching to provide and serve in the highest capacity with the idea of continued growth and sustainability have increased, added, and/or in great concern of incorporating QA into the fundamentals of their day to day operation. Share your thoughts.
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