Plan A B C: The Redundant Functionality in Quality Assurance


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Quality assurance is the difference that makes a person, institution, work group, system, work or product reliable or not. The purpose of quality assurance is to always have an alternative system to develop any activity. This purpose is related to the “minimum strategy”.

The Quality Assurance concept implies that in the activity, which must bring about an added value, there is a Redundant Functionality and a Self-exclusion System within a framework of a Redundant Operative Method.

There is a redundant system and an “alarm” system in case of failure, which sets plan B in motion. There are as many plans Bs or alternative paths as possible within the systems cost restrictions.

Alarm systems are the sensory system of an organization. Plan A, B and C provide a security framework for operation. Without them, there is no reliability system possible.

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Diana Belohlavek
VP Knowledge Management
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