P.G. Stein, Consultants in measurement and quality for science, business, and manufacturing

Measurement consulting in manufacturing and industry
Necessary accuracy and precision
Knowing the measurement uncertainty
ISO Measurement capability studies
ISO Traceability studies
The American Society for Quality advances individual and organizational performance excellence worldwide by providing opportunities for learning, quality improvement, and knowledge exchange.

The Measurement Quality Division (MQD) of ASQ supports, assists and guides ASQ members and others in the measurement field in the application of both established and innovative tools of measurement and quality. The goal is to improve measurement-based decisions in laboratory, calibration, manufacturing, and management processes at all levels of accuracy.

The MQD supports standards development, disseminates measurement and quality-related information, offers technical support, provides education, sponsors research, fosters professional interaction in the measurement of quality and the quality of measurement, and emphasizes the importance of measurements in the quality process.


A2LA is an organization for the purpose of accrediting laboratories to International Standard ISO/IEC Guide 25 (soon to be replaced by ISO standard 17025), and to U.S. National Standard ANSI/NCSL Z540-1. For more information about these standards, or to apply for accreditation, see the A2LA website.


Loyola University of New Orleans School of Business
Masters in Quality Management program

Philip Stein wrote the curriculum for one of the six courses in this curriculum: Measurement of Business Results, with Professor Cecily Raiborn. This course covers key business performance and evaluation measurements, both financial and nonfinancial. The student learns to collect, analyze, and interpret data to facilitate desired business and operational results and customer satisfaction. Students learn to develop a balanced scorecard for their organizations. Participants study the use of measurements to enhance organizational change.

The Masters in Quality Management program is a joint project of the Loyola University of New Orleans School of Business and the Stat-A-Matix Institute.

Quality New Jersey

Quality New Jersey (QNJ) was founded in 1989 and is a partnership with the New Jersey Department of Commerce and Economic Development. QNJ's mission is to encourage improvement in New Jersey's public, private and non-profit organizations, and ultimately to enhance the quality of life in New Jersey.