Quality management systems - improving productivity, Operation Management

Quality Management Systems - Improving Productivity

The introduction of approaches such as ISO 9000; Total quality management, business process reengineering, just-in-time operations, Kaizen, quality circles - all of these approaches are intended to improve productivity.

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