role of production_management_system

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Total quality management (TQM) is a management philosophy that seeks to integrate all organizational functions (marketing, finance, design, engineering, and production, customer service, etc.) to focus on meeting customer needs and other organizational objectives. TQM empowers an entire organization, from the most junior employee to the CEO, with the responsibility of ensuring quality in their processes. In particular, TQM provides management with the ability to ensure quality through more streamlined and effective process-improvement channels. A great range of organisations have deployed TQM, including small companies, large companies, and government departments (e.g., NASA). TQM is no more relevant to any one type of organization than any other; on the contrary, it is a philosophy appropriate to any situation in which quality assurance is important.

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PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Total quality management SHIJIN MD CONTENTS1. Description2. History3. Seven Basic Tools of Quality4. Quality management5. Quality management evolution6. Quality improvement7. Quality standards8. Quality system for medical devices9. Quality management organizations and awards10. ISO 900011. Certification12. Auditing13. Industry-specific interpretations14. Enterprise life cycle15. Architecture Life Cycle16. Standard operating procedure17. Clinical Research18. ISO 14000INTRODUCTIONTotal quality management15 years back someone briefed me on TQM which was as follows:You can call it a concept or you call it a philosophy. Its application either in an organization or in a factory which are involved in offering a service or producing a finished product,quality in all its respect is drastically improved. According to this concept every employee irrespective of his or her position in the organization is regarded as equally important. They all have "We Feelings". They don't say "This is not my problem". the lower employee do not feel as "unwanted child" and the corporate management doesn't think themselves as "most wise decision makers". Every employee is a seller and a buyer at the same time. They sell

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