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Your supervisor is unclear on the difference between continuous improvement or quality control. She asks you to prepare a memo (please be sure to put this in business e-mail format) explaining the two terms, how they are different, and which is better.

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The response address the queries posted in 575 words with references.
//Before discussing about the difference between 'Quality Control' and 'Continuous Improvement' first, we will define the terms quality control and continuous improvement. It will help to understand the difference between these terms. I am providing an introduction about these terms and also providing the format of memorandum, so that you can understand. For example: \


Date: May 22, 2008


Dear Sir/Madam,

Subject: Quality Control and Continuous Improvement

This memo will help you to properly understand the difference between the continuous improvement and quality control.

Quality Control

In order to assure a certain quality level in a product or the service, the process of quality control is employed by an organization. The quality control process includes all those actions, which a business considers to be necessary so as to provide authentication and control of certain characteristics or features of the products and ...

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The response address the queries posted in 575 words with references.

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