(10 Editable Slides)
(10 Editable Slides)
So, each of the aspects related to your business needs to be at its best for the end product or final result to be at its best? This control over the quality of every single aspect of a business is referred as Total Quality Management or TQM. And this importance of maintaining better standards has its place in your presentations too! Just to add more power and effect to your words and make your message reach your audience well, you need apt visuals. Understanding this requirement of yours, we bring to you an entire set of pre-made PowerPoint Total Quality Management Template.
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Total Quality Management or TQM can be defined as a comprehensive and structured approach towards organizational management to maintain standards and improve quality of products and services by putting every aspect of a business or organization under refinement process with regards to the feedback that is received from time to time. Though it aims at the final results in the form of the product or service that an organization aims at providing its clients or customers, it involves all the aspects that lead to the end result. From planning to manufacturing and operations, sales and marketing to post sales support, it covers it all.
The philosophy is to emphasize on continuous improvement and customer satisfaction and involves everyone associated with a business in the process. It is believed to basically originate from Japan. W. Edwards Deming, is often credited for its introduction into the western world through his lecture on 'statistical control in Japan' after World War II.