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Quality Concepts

Quality Concepts

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Published by Abhiman Das Mulmi
The concept of the quality is subjective and difficult to define. Certain aspects of the quality can be identified. However, ultimately the judgement rests with the customer. Quality does not happen by accident, concrete plan is needed for the achievement of the quality. Today quality no longer is the technical issues, it is the business issue and in order that the company program to success, the top management must be involved and committed to its success. Quality has a several dimension and it is a continuous process and there are costs associated with the poor quality. The total quality management concept evolves through the series of genius from different Quality Gurus; and their contribution will be remembered for the longer time to come. Today’s Quality concept is broader and diversified; it is directly related with many disciplines and is applied from planning, processing to performance of the product/service. With the emergence of the Quality system standards like ISO series, the organization can make their product/services of the international standard; however this alone does not guarantee the quality. It is the present essence for the organization to enter in to the Total Quality Management to gain the competitive advantage through the continuous improvement.
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The concept of the quality is subjective and difficult to define. Certain aspects of the quality can be identified. However, ultimately the judgement rests with the customer. Quality does not happen by accident, concrete plan is needed for the achievement of the quality. Today quality no longer is the technical issues, it is the business issue and in order that the company program to success, the top management must be involved and committed to its success. Quality has a several dimension and it is a continuous process and there are costs associated with the poor quality. The total quality management concept evolves through the series of genius from different Quality Gurus; and their contribution will be remembered for the longer time to come. Today’s Quality concept is broader and diversified; it is directly related with many disciplines and is applied from planning, processing to performance of the product/service. With the emergence of the Quality system standards like ISO series, the organization can make their product/services of the international standard; however this alone does not guarantee the quality. It is the present essence for the organization to enter in to the Total Quality Management to gain the competitive advantage through the continuous improvement.
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Published by: Abhiman Das Mulmi on Apr 03, 2009
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