Food Production

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Total quantity management places a strong focus on process measurement and control .it is good for a continuous improvement of an organization. It is a way which basically connect the whole organization, each and every department, every activities done by the employees and every single person .It is a kind of umbrella in which every one in the organization can trying and create customer satisfaction and meet company objective
Methods of quality management as per their categories are Management methods, Analytical methods, Idea generation method, Data collection analysis and display (kanji and Asher,1996).

Quality circle

It can be defined as a special group, which work and contribute in the quality practice. Working together and participate in every work is a backbone of is a very important factor for any organization. In this circle there can be more than eight people who meet regularly, work together and mostly do same kind of work. Hutchins says they don’t work as a group who can tackle the difficulties. They should have the quality of taking initiative, knowledge and experience about the work, good relation with their colleagues, obligation to working together and problem solving nature (Helen, 2000).

Quality circle is a group of employees who work together continually to improve those processes which are under their control. There are certain steps for this top level management must have the clear idea about the purpose of the organization. Every one in the organization must help to achieve the purpose of the organization. Attention must be given on the processes rather than internal politics. Staff haired must be trained in cooperation skills and the problem solving skills (Pyzdec, 2003).

Quality council

Quality council work as a capsule of diseases for any organizations. Council is a back of organization which work by all the executive team and other major employees of the company. Quality councilors direct View More »

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