4 edition of The economics of total quality management found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-259) and index.
|Statement||William E. Cole, John W. Mogab.|
|Series||The Blackwell Business dimensions in total quality series|
|Contributions||Mogab, John W.|
|LC Classifications||HD62.15 .C58 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||94028079|
When the first edition of my book appeared in , quality was a new subject. My prefaces to the first and second editions of this book were aimed at persuading sceptical educationalists to embrace total quality management. I wanted to extol the virtues of TQM and to introduce the world of education to the then somewhat alien concept of qualityFile Size: 1MB. Total Quality Management - Melsa, J. L. ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) • Product quality is an important determinant of business profitability. High quality producers can usually charge premium prices for their products. As we will see later, by using the right processes, quality products can, in fact, be made at a lower cost.
SECTION I MANAGEMENT OF TOTAL QUALITY 1 Total Quality Management and the Revival of Quality in the U.S. The Concept of TQM 5 Antecedents of Modern Quality Management 6 The Quality Pioneers 7 Accelerating Use of TQM 12 Quality and Business Performance Total quality management is the predecessor of many quality management systems, such as Six Sigma, Lean, and ISO. Andy Nichols, Quality Program Manager at the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center, says that in practical terms, “Total quality management is really a company-wide initiative to get everybody involved in doing the right thing.
The roots of total quality management can be traced back to the economic instability of the late s and into the early s. It was at this time that the dominance of North America and Western Europe was challenged by competition from the East, specifically Japan’s skill at making high-quality inexpensive products. Based on customer responses to corporate change in the quality era, Perspectives in Total Quality offers readers contemporary analysis of how firms should act. The collection consists of 14 original chapters written by leading academics and practitioners in the field. They discuss topics such as global competition, ISO , leadership development, customer focus, process management.
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The book parallels the development of general management theory with total quality management theory, before discussing in depth the five functions of total quality management; planning, organizing, leading, staffing, and controlling quality in organizations.
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