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management and maintenance of quality circles

Robert I. Patchin

management and maintenance of quality circles

by Robert I. Patchin

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Published by Dow Jones-Irwin in Homewood, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quality circles.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRobert I. Patchin ; edited by Robert Cunningham.
    ContributionsCunningham, Robert, 1918-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD66 .P37 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 145 p. :
    Number of Pages145
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3512763M
    ISBN 100870943685
    LC Control Number82073407

      Dr Joseph Juran invited to Quality Control Management seminar organizedby JUSE Japan’s radio started broadcasting a Quality Control Course organized by JUSE Japanese Govt. declared November as Quality Month and Q-flag was y Control Circles (Japan) First QC Circles was registered with Circle Head. Written in clear, straightforward language, Just-in-Time Manufacturing: An introduction discusses in-depth the implementation of JIT manufacturing. The objectives are twofold: firstly, to acquaint the reader with the overall JIT concept and the factors necessary for its implementation, and secondly to reinforce this with an actual case study of JIT implementation in a manufacturing company.5/5(2).

    quality circle (QC): Participative management technique within the framework of a companywide quality system in which small teams of (usually 6 to 12) employees voluntarily form to define and solve a quality or performance related problem. In Japan (where this practice originated) quality circles are an integral part of enterprise management. Quality Circles are established by the management leadership, where beside the internal members, also a member from another department outside the Circle has been elected, whose task is to observe the way the Circle has been led.

      If there’s just one book everyone in quality should read, it’s probably Quality Toolbox. 2. Juran’s Quality Handbook, Seventh Edition, by Joseph A. De Feo. A thorough revision of the bestselling handbook that has defined quality management and operational excellence for more than 50 years! 3. Written in the early era of Human Resource Management Flippo in his book on Personnel Management centralizes around management functions; "plan, organize, direct, control". Flippo's Personnel Management introduced the subject, and coherently built background for achievement of individual, organizational, and social objectives. For the very important instance Flippo talked about Quality of .


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