|Definition||A measure or judgment of the value of something.|
|Related Concepts||Fit For Purpose|
What is Quality?
John Spacey, October 29, 2016
Quality is a measure or judgment of the value of something. It is widely recognized to be situational, subjective and conditional. In other words, something that's considered high quality in one situation by one person may be considered low quality in another situation by another person. Quality can be used to assess assets, products, services, processes, information and performance. The first step in assessing quality is typically to define what characteristics and traits are desirable in a particular situation.
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