TQM


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TQM

abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) total quality management
Translations

TQM

[ˌtiːkjuːˈɛm] nGIQ f(= gestion intégrale de la qualité)
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Teamwork and collaboration are a vital part in accomplishing organizational goals, which in turn makes teams and groups an important part of any TQM effort [28].
Your doctoral thesis at Brunel Business School was nominated as the most impressive thesis onTQM of 2012 and your research paper on TQM was granted 'Best Paper of the Year' award in 2011.
The TQMscientists confirmed that the TQM creates a new environment through implementation its principles because TQM is not program nor tool but it is paradigm.
Therefore, in this article I will argue in favor of implementing TQM within the defense establishment as a solution to resort to when attempting to optimize the military system as a result of the constraints posed by the current financial cut downs and inherent personnel related issues: brain drain, demotivation, etc.
"Using an Innovative Approach to Shorten Coaching and Assessment Time When Applying The Baldrige Health Care Criteria for Performance Excellence in a Substance Abuse Treatment Setting." TQM & Business Excellence 14 (10): 1121-9.
The construct of TQM includes among other things a new approach for managing human resource.
The causal analysis results show no significant and direct effect of TQM implementation
TQM serves to enhance organizations' ability to deliver quality products and services through continuous improvements (Aladwan et al., 2017; Beer, 2003).
TQM is a set of practices that accentuates continuous improvement, continual measuring of outcomes, fulfilling customer demands, collective problem-solving approach, competitive benchmarking, reducing work schedule, long term planning and strong relationship with suppliers (Feigenbaum, 1991).