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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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Hello Supervisor,
I am explaining the difference between two terms, Continuous Improvement and Quality Control, that appear similar but different from each other.

Continuous improvement is an effort to seek improvement in terms of processes, tasks, activities on a continuous basis in order to improve the performance, efficiency, productivity and quality. In other words, it is a constant effort and application of innovative strategies and efforts ...

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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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