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Standardization Case Studies

Links to case studies, crossing a variety of disciplines, where standardization - either the concept or actual practice - helped in the resolution of real-world problems. With these examples, instructors can incorporate the case studies as a vehicle to stimulate class discussion of standardization in their discipline, along with the economic and/or operational consequences of addressing or not addressing the issues or needs. Also explored will be advantages and disadvantages of courses of action taken, along with alternatives.

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