Training for Quality: Volume 2 Issue 2

Category:

Managing Quality

Table of contents

The TQM Albatross

Clive E. Hoare

Warns that in TQM, there is a danger of losing sight of the originalmotives that prompted the endeavour in the first place. The TQMinitiative can become the end, rather…

Quality Training: : The Key to Quality Improvement

Jaideep G. Motwani, Mary L. Frahm, Yunus Kathawala

Argues that organizations are in the midst of a competitive revolutionand quality improvement is an important factor in the quest to remaincompetitive. Companies are…

Assessing Total Quality Training in Wales

Anoop Patel

Presents survey results of training for quality in manufacturingcompanies in Wales. Six geographical areas – Cardiff, Newport, Swansea,Llandudno, Shrewsbury and…

TQM, Customer/Supplier Relations and Human Resource Management

P.B. Beaumont, L.C. Hunter, D.M. Sinclair

Examines a Japanese‐owned customer organization in Britain which hasadopted Kaizen (continuous improvement) programmes in order to discoverwhat effect this has had on the…

TQM Training for Small and Medium Industries in Malaysia

Amir Hamzah, Samuel Ho

Suggests that, in today’s economy, competition is greater than ever. Forsmall and medium industries (SMIs) to continue to survive and grow, thequality of their goods and…

Quality in a Multinational IT Services Company: : Hard‐earned Experiences

John G. Koenigsberger

The information technology industry is gradually coming to realize thatit is not immune from the commercial pressures which, traditionally,have been the major drivers…

ISSN:

0968-4875

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1997

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Merged to become:

The TQM Magazine