1. Management audit
While TQM is all about transitioning from the present situation of a business and its processes to where you envision the business to be. This means there has to be an audit of business so that you can take the full inventory of the processes currently existing, the yield and the gaps already identified.
2. Streamline and define success factors
The truth is, TQM always subsists on business’ culture coupled with well-defined processes. But ensure there is a quantification of the future success to when institutionalizing the culture of TQM.
Critical Success Factors (CSF) are a performance-based measures that show the impacts of TQM in charts, graphs and also in numbers.
3. Developing of processes to meet the requirements
Once you’re able to note whether the TQM is working or not in the organization, the next thing is to develop the processes. These are processes guided by some crucial rules and can be put into use by tools.
To ensure customers’ loyalty, you can automate the feedbacks from the users. Go ahead and automate the feedback received from the user. With positive indications, brand’s existing protocols are strengthened. However, negative inputs call for new areas to be improved upon.
4. Be data-driven
It’s crucial to be data-driven when trying to institutionalize the culture of TQM in your organization. Most of the time, feedbacks from the customers and the staff members challenge the ways things are done.
TQM is all about change but it’s not always easy for the whole organization. But ensure never to avoid the data advocated, no matter how you feel about it. Remember it’s not about you; it’s all about the organization.
5. Dedication and commitment
The real deal is to never stop or lag behind in this process. Commitment is what brings the result you’ve always longed for but it won’t come like a sudden flight. It’ll take sometimes and you’ve got to realize that.
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