Smith, Avis J.
December 2010
Review of Management Innovation & Creativity;Winter2010, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p67
Academic Journal
This paper is a continuation of two previous papers on the various factors, which help to promote quality in the overall business process. The previous papers were titled, "The Four Factors of Quality: Achieving the Circle of Acceptance and Satisfaction". It details various information on manufacturing revealing information, and data from organizations such as the National Association of Manufacturers, the United States Department of Labor & Commerce, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, the U.S. Census Bureau and the United Nations. It is designed to broaden ones understanding of manufacturing, and exposes some of the internal and external factors that may or may not have impact on the overall process. Issues such as taxes, hiring, and profits have been discussed based on information and data obtained; also included are the average dollar contributions to the Gross Domestic Product in various regions of the United States. The products which helped to contribute to the Gross Domestic Product for the specified periods are the top ten of the states combined and are represented by observing each regional area separately. This helps to provide a method for developing demographic representations to determine where the most jobs may be available to persons seeking employment in manufacturing base on contributing value, and survey results


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