The six steps needed to make tqm a success

The six steps needed to make TQM a success

TQM has for long been associated with management techniques that seek to bring together all the organizational functions and use them to ensure that customer satisfaction is met. The organizational functions that are merged and managed together include design, marketing, finance, engineering, customer service, production, and others. read more ...

All you want to know about the six sigma infrastructure

All you want to know about the Six Sigma Infrastructure

For every initiative that is set to bring about a massive change, a clearly defined supporting structure is required to make it work. If a supporting structure is in place, then the program will run smoothly. Infrastructure is defined as the underlying foundation and basic framework of personnel and supporting systems needed to support Six Sigma deployment activities. read more ...

What s agile business

What’s Agile Business?

The truth is as simple as if your organization can quickly and responsibly respond to the needs of the customers, then, it is an agile organization. Since, the agility of an organization is always from within such organization. There are four necessary systems within any organization when discussing about the agility of a company. Let’s take a look at them all... read more ...

Tqm trainer

The award industry-recognized IBQMI TQM TRAINER®

The International Business and Quality Management Institute LLC (IBQMI®) recently announced it had updated and revived the Total Quality Management (TQM) framework to meet modern requirements. IBQMI TQM TRAINER® is a unique, patented, corporate senior management training program that provides guidance in leadership using a holistic approach, within a particular TQM framework that is widely accepted as the gold standard in the industry. read more ...

The top five factors that will make tqm successful in your company

The top five factors that will make TQM successful in your company.

TQM is a management technique that prides itself in using a more participative and logical approach to mapping out and applying a well-structured organizational improvement process. Their approach has so far been focused on knowing the complications that exist, building a committed team, satisfying the customer beyond expectation and ensuring that employees get a say in decision making within the firm. read more ...

Why kanban is great for software development

Why Kanban is Great for Software Development

Kanban is an effective tool use greatly to enhance even project management. Kanban is a visual approach towards the management of projects. Its aims at improving work output through prioritizing tasks to aid high value coordination in the work flow. It also seeks out various flaws in the process of project management to enable the project team to move efficiently in carrying out their duties. read more ...

Who uses kanban

Who Uses Kanban?

Kanban is a system meant for improving the manufacturing process and aiding project management. Kanban has its origin from Toyota in Japan(in the year 1953). Taiichi Ohno who was an engineer in Toyota brought about Kanban to improve manufacturing efficacy. read more ...

Principles of ibqmi lean project management

Principles of IBQMI® Lean Project Management

IBQMI® Lean project management is a philosophy founded on the need to continually provide value to customers and eliminate waste in the process. The general principles of lean management which originated from the manufacturing industry was transferred to other processes and it obtained great success. read more ...

How to implement scrumban

How to implement Scrumban

Scrumban put simply utilizes Kanban features and characteristics as well as the contents of Scrum. Thus allowing Scrumban to be a nearly if not perfect hybrid of the two systems, that is, Kanban and Scrum. read more ...

What is scrumban the methodology at a glance

What is Scrumban? The methodology at a glance

Scrumban is a mixture of both Kanban and Scrum. Scrumban is unique in the sense that it takes the very best features and qualities of both Kanban and Scrum. It makes these features its own and performs efficiently and maximally. Methodology can be defined as a system of approaches and methods utilized in a particular field or a different fields. Without a system serving as a guide post in any field, there would be confusion and movement in such field would be blind movement. Thus the need for methodology. read more ...

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