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Total quality management tqm

Total quality management(TQM)

Don by:

Mariya albakri 92465

Amina almakhmari 92176

Amiraalmanthri

94550Halima alkindi


What is TQM?

TQM is the integration of all functions and processes within an organization in order to achieve continuous improvementof the quality of goods and services. The goal is customer satisfaction.


TQM is about always trying

to do things right first time and every time, rather than occasionally checking if they have gone wrong.

TQM dictates that everything and everybody in the

organization is involved in the enterprise of continuous improvement.


TQM is a practical but strategic approach to running an organization

that focuses on the needs of its customers and clients. It rejects any

outcome other than excellence.


TQM is not a set of slogans, but a

deliberate and systematic approach to achieving appropriate levels of

quality in a consistent fashion that meet or exceed the needs and wants

of customers. It can be thought of as a philosophy of continual

improvement only achievable by and through people.


TQM requires Changing cultures

TQM requires a change of culture. This is notoriously difficult to bring

about and takes time to implement.

It requires a change of attitudes and

working methods.

Staff need to understand and live the message if TQM is to make an impact.

However, culture change is not only about

changing behaviours. It also requires a change in institutional

management.


Tow things are required for staff to produce quality:

1- staff need a suitable environment in which to work.

They need the tools of the trade and they need to work with systems and procedures which are simple and which aid them in doing their jobs.

2- to do a good job the staff need encouragement and recognition of their successes and achievements.


The key to a successful TQM culture is an:

effective internal/external

customer-supplier chain.


Keeping close to the customers

The primary mission of a TQM institution is to meet the needs and

wants of its customers. Excellent organizations, both public and private,

keep ‘close to the customer’.



- A customer focus is, however, not by itself a sufficient condition for ensuring total quality.

- TQM organizations need fully worked out

strategies for meeting their customers’ requirements.

- Education faces a consid erable challenge in its relationships with its external customers.



- meeting the requirements of the external customers. Internal customer relationships are vitally important if an institution is to function efficiently and effectively.

- The best way of developing the internal

customer focus is to help individual members of staff to identify the

people to whom they provide services.


Internal marketing meeting the requirements of the external customers.

It is staff that make the quality difference. They produce successful

courses and satisfied clients. Internal marketing is a useful tool for

communicating with staff to ensure they are kept informed about what

is happening in the institution and have the opportunity to feed back

ideas.


Training for meeting the requirements of the external customers.

teachers in quality concepts and thinking is an important element in the required culture change.

Staff have to understand how they and their

pupils and students will benefit from a change to a customer focus.

Total

quality is about more than being ‘nice to customers and smiling’.

It is

about listening and entering into a dialogue about people’s fears and

aspirations.


The quality of learning meeting the requirements of the external customers.

Education is about learning.

If TQM is to have relevance in education it

needs to address the quality of the learners’ experience.

Unless it does

that, it will not make a substantial contribution to quality in education.


An educational institution that takes the total quality route must take

seriously the issue of learning styles and needs to have strategies for

individualization and differentiation in learning.

The learner is the

primary customer, and unless learning styles meet individual needs it

will not be possible for that institution to claim that it has achieved total

quality.


Barriers to introducing TQM route must take

TQM is hard work.

-It takes time to develop a quality culture. By

themselves hard work and time are two of the most formidable blocking

mechanisms to quality improvement.


- TQM needs a champion in the route must take

face of the myriad of new challenges and changes facing education.

- Quality improvement is a fragile process.



- Many quality initiatives falter because senior the senior

managers quickly return to traditional ways of managing.


- Fear by senior the senior

managers of adopting new methods is a major barrier.



- Many staff fear the consequences of empowerment, especially if things go

wrong. They are often comfortable with sameness. They need to have

the benefits demonstrated to them.


- Fear of the unknown, of doing things differently, especially if things go

of trusting others, and of making mistakes, are powerful defence and

resistance mechanisms. Staff cannot give of their best unless they feel

that they are trusted and their views listened to.


Deming argues that it is especially if things go

essential when undertaking the quality revolution to ‘drive out fear’, and

it is imperative to take this message seriously when building a quality

institution.


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