Standardization Standardization The process by which the Department

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Standardization

Standardization

Standardization The process by which the Department of Defense achieves the closest practicable cooperation

Standardization The process by which the Department of Defense achieves the closest practicable cooperation among the Services and Department of Defense agencies for the most efficient use of research, development, and production resources, and agrees to adopt on the broadest possible basis the use of: a. common or compatible operational, administrative, and logistic procedures; b. common or compatible technical procedures and criteria; c. common, compatible, or interchangeable supplies, components, weapons, or equipment; and d. common or compatible tactical doctrine with corresponding organizational compatibility. (JP 4 -02)

Engineering Tolerance • the permissible limit or limits of variation in: • a physical

Engineering Tolerance • the permissible limit or limits of variation in: • a physical dimension, • a measured value or physical property of a material manufactured object, system, or service, • other measured values (such as temperature, humidity, etc)

Eli Whitney: Interchangeable Parts

Eli Whitney: Interchangeable Parts

Henry Ford: Assembly Line

Henry Ford: Assembly Line

Salmon Chase: Fourteenth Amendment

Salmon Chase: Fourteenth Amendment

George Marshall: WWII Mobilization Training

George Marshall: WWII Mobilization Training

The Potential Dangers of Standardization

The Potential Dangers of Standardization

Teach Train

Teach Train

Advise Command

Advise Command

Coach Cheerlead

Coach Cheerlead

Discipline Nurture

Discipline Nurture

Mentor Friend

Mentor Friend

Art of leadership Science of leadership

Art of leadership Science of leadership

Lead by example Hypocrite

Lead by example Hypocrite

Delegative Authoritative

Delegative Authoritative

Challenge Support

Challenge Support

“If you think of standardization as the best that you know today, but which

“If you think of standardization as the best that you know today, but which is to be improved tomorrow; you get somewhere. ” -- Henry Ford