Employee involvement and error-free process, Project Management

Elements of total quality management:

Employee involvement:

Employee involvement  and team building helps in fostering collaboration, trust, open, honest communication and more structured and consistent approach to teamwork and  problem-solving. Employee involvement means that each individual must take the initiative and not rely upon someone else. Everyone must understand  the contributes equally and can only succeed through co-operation and support. 

Error-free process:

 The objective of TQM is to prevent waste, reduce costs and achieve more effective, efficient and error-free processes. The processes should provide a way to gain more knowledge to whole processes and to keep them open to critical analysis and evaluation:  

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