Total Quality Management (TQM)

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AuthorHouse, Aug 5, 2008 - Reference - 352 pages
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This book - "Total Quality Management" - should be of interest to managers of all levels in; public sector, private sector, and voluntary organisations. While local authority organisations and some government departments my have difficulties in adapting TQM in areas such as social service and education and training, this book demonstrates how TQM programmes can be beneficial to such organizations if properly planned and implemented.

This book should appeal to those following formal studies in Management from certificate level up to Master of Business Administration degree. The practical treatment given to the planning and implementation of Total Quality Management (TQM) make it a "must-read" for managers who are preparing to introduce TQM or any quality systems into their organisations. This book should also make interesting reading for managers and potential managers who do not want to undertake formal management studies but want to acquire some management tools. It will enhance the reader's range of managerial skills and help improve organisation effectiveness and efficiency.

 

 

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PART TWO Organisational Background Leeds City Council Architects
37
PART THREE
109
PART FOUR The Implications
131
About the Author
325
Back Cover
331
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This book - "Total Quality Management" - should be of interest to managers of all levels in; public sector, private sector, and voluntary organisations. While local authority organisations and some government departments my have difficulties in adapting TQM in areas such as social service and education and training, this book demonstrates how TQM programmes can be beneficial to such organizations if properly planned and implemented.

This book should appeal to those following formal studies in Management from certificate level up to Master of Business Administration degree. The practical treatment given to the planning and implementation of Total Quality Management (TQM) make it a "must-read" for managers who are preparing to introduce TQM or any quality systems into their organisations. This book should also make interesting reading for managers and potential managers who do not want to undertake formal management studies but want to acquire some management tools. It will enhance the reader's range of managerial skills and help improve organisation effectiveness and efficiency.

 

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