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VIDEO BLOG: How to Create a North American Value Standard

December 15, 2009
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In part two of Peter's value standard series, he discusses how to create a North American Value Standard.



In part two of Peter's value standard series, he proposes how to create a North American Value Standard.

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North American Quality Standard

Bretta Kelly
December 16, 2009
I think one of the measures should be if the company gives back to the community through Charity, funding, volunteering, etc.

north American Quality Standard, measurements

Giovanni
January 7, 2010
I do not agree with all or nothing for each measure. I suggest that each measure should be on a scale of say 1 to 10, then within each measure we should assign points for each criteria met all adding up to 10. Suggest following measures: 1. environmental footprint including bringing to final user. 2. is the product used by individual, local community or nation-world. 3. longevity of product, my experience most low cost imported products do not last as long as locally made ones.

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