The fundamental guiding principle of Quality Management lands squarely upon the business need for continuous process analysis and improvement. Doing it successfully results in increased customer satisfaction, employee engagement and organizational efficiency. Every organization, regardless of industry or size, should have Quality Management as a core pillar upon which objectives and strategy are based.
Yet there is no single way to apply Quality Management that makes it effective for all. While you can certify to a standard like ISO 9001:2015, those standards don’t tell you how to uniquely apply quality to your businesses or provide a simple path to achieve a Culture of Quality. Every industry, from food production to automotive manufacturing, has a myriad of different priorities, obligations, and requirements that shape the way they engage with and apply the principles of Quality Management.
Read Intelex’s new Insight Report, “A Cross-Industry Look at Quality Management,” to learn the answers to questions like:
- What is the continuous improvement process know as the Juran Trilogy?
- What do all the complex acronyms like ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 22000:2005 mean and why do they matter?
- What are the essential resources I need to get started with Quality Management in my industry?