Quality In Human Resource Management

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Quality Management System 2 WEEK 17April- 23April

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Quality Concept Excellence Precise& Measurable Eyes of Be Holder Conformance/ Specification Trade of price- value

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What is Quality Do the Right thing in the Right Time with Right process. Conformance with specification

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Quality of Functional Areas Quality of Human Resource Quality of Marketing Quality of Operation Quality of Finance

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Quality of Finance Preparing Balance sheet on Time. Compatible fiscal & monetary policy. Conformance Balance sheet with Budget.

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Quality of Operation Minimize shutdown& Break down. Maximize efficiency, Effectiveness& Productivity. No Bottleneck. Minimize setup Time. Minimize Time handling. No waste of Material

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Quality of Marketing Inexpensive Price High quality of product or service. High productivity of promotion. Right place& Time. High Supplementary service. High Facilitating Service.

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Quality of Human Resource High Job Satisfaction. No Turnover. No Absenteeism. No deviant workplace behavior. High productivity. High Citizenship

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Quality of Top Management Maintains Adopt Expansion Strategic Management. Maximize Revenue& Profit Information Resource Availability Maintain Organization Shine Image Adopt Hi-tech Tools Regulation& Law Employee Benefits Customer satisfaction Employee Involvement

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Quality of Nutrition Adopt Hygiene Principles No Contamination Food Quality Hazard Analysis Speed Delivery Quality Of Communication Responsiveness Time Avoid Critical points

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Quality In Hotels Courtesy Hospitality Quality of Bed Room Shine Image Cooperation Visitor Assistant Quality Of communication Fastness& Effectiveness

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Quality Of Laboratories Accuracy In result Efficiency In work Preventive Maintenance Documentation process Best Equipments& calibration Professional staff Adopt Environmental health safety.

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Quality Of Pharmacy All drugs are available Professional staff Drugs are arrangement Speed Responsiveness

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Quality of Nursing Adopt environmental health safety Professional Staff Best Calibration communication Good Individual Appearance General appearance Best Equipments Attitude Knowledge

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Quality Of Product Performance Features Reliability Conformance Primary Operating characteristics Bells and Whistles Ability to met specification Probability of malfunction or failure Durability How long product continues to provide value to customer

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Serviceability Esthetics Perceived Quality Speed, courtesy, competence How product appeals to users Associations such as brand name Quality Of Product

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Quality Of Service Tangibles Reliability Responsiveness Assurance Appearance of physical elements Dependable and accurate performance Competence, courtesy, credibility, security Promptness; helpfulness Empathy Easy access, good communication understanding of customer

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Quality Of Service Module

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Service Process Word of mouth Personal needs Past experience Expected service Perceived service Service Quality Dimensions Reliability Responsiveness Assurance Empathy Tangibles Service Quality Assessment 1. Expectations exceeded ES<PS (Quality surprise) 2. Expectations met ES~PS (Satisfactory quality) 3. Expectations not met ES>PS (Unacceptable quality)

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Quality Equation Q= P/ E Q: Quality P: Performance E: Expectation poor Quality High Quality

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Effect of poor Quality Low customer satisfaction Low productivity, sales & profit Delay in shipping Low morale of workforce More re-work, material & labor costs High repair costs High inspection costs

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Dissatisfaction occurs Action No Action Public Action Private Action Seek correct directly from the firm Take legal action Complaint to business, private, or governmental agencies Stop buying the product or boycott the seller Warn friends about the product and /or seller Expressing Dissatisfaction

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Cost Of Quality Prevention Detection Internal failure External failure Costs associated with operations or activities that keep failure from happening and minimise detection costs Costs incurred to ascertain the condition of a service to determine whether it conforms to quality standards Costs incurred to correct nonconforming work after delivery to the customer or to correct work that did not satisfy a customers specified needs Costs incurred to ascertain the condition of a service to determine whether it conforms to quality standards

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Effect of High Quality Higher customer satisfaction Reliable products/services Less wastage costs Better efficiency of operations More productivity & profit Less Inspection costs Better morale of work force

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Quality Feed Back Comment cards enclosed with warranty card when product is purchased Customer survey and questionnaire Toll-free phones Customer visits Customer focus groups Employee feedback Quarterly reports

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Quality Obstacle Organization Structure & Departments Data’s & Facts For Effective Decisions Internal & External Customers-Dissatisfaction Empowerment & Teamwork Continuous Improvement

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Total Quality Management Is the art of managing the whole to achieve excellence. OR Approach to doing business That attempt to maximize An organization Competitiveness

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Total Quality Management Total Quality Management Made up of the whole (or) Complete. Degree of Excellence a product or service provides to the customer in present and future. Act , art, or manner of handling , controlling, directing, etc.

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Total Quality Management Unity of purpose Customer Focus Strategically Based Freedom Through Control Obsession with Quality Scientific Approach Long-Term commitment Teamwork Continual process Education& Training

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Strategically Based Total Quality organization Contain comprehensive strategic plan consist of Vision, Mission, broad objective For give sustainable competitive Advantage continually and for ever

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Customer Focus The customer is the driver. External customer define the quality Of the product or service delivered. Internal customer help define the Quality of process, people, environment

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Obsession with Quality Internal& External customer define the quality so that organization become Interested& obsessed with meeting or Exceeding this definition Good Enough is never Good enough

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Scientific Approach Observe& Ask question Research, Data Collection Analysis& Synthesis Construct Hypothesis Test Hypothesis By Conducting Experiments Analysis Experiments all Result& Draw conclusion Hypothesis is true Hypothesis is False Report Result Think Again

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Long-Term commitment TQM a whole new way of doing Business that requires an entirely new Corporate culture. Not interruptions efforts or short term Commitment

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Team Work A group whose individual efforts result in a performance that is greater than the sum of the individual inputs.

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Continual Process Improvement Describe the process. Standardize the process. Eliminate Errors in the process. Streamline the process. Reduce source of variation. Bring the process under statistical Control. 7. Improve the design of the process

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Education& Training A Planned effort to facilitate the learning of job related knowledge, Skills, and behavior by employees

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Freedom Through Control Employees Involvement in the process Increase the productivity but on another hand Top Management must Control the process

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Unity Of purpose Internal Politics have no place in a total Quality management in the organization Rather Collaboration should be the Norm

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Quality Function Deployment Design process in response to customer Needs, by translating what customer Wants into the organization produce

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TQM Tools& Techniques THE PARETO CHART CAUSE& EFFECT DIAGRAM RUN CHART& CONTROL CHART STRATIFICATION CHECK SHEETS HISTOGRAM SCATTER DIAGRAM SURVEY SPC

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Quality Management system Management system to direct and control an organization with regard to quality”

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Essence of Conforming QMS Say what you do (document) Do what you say Check on the results Record what you did Act on the Difference Document Follow your plans& Procedure Document the Fact Analyze& Record, Document Take Correction Action, Document

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The Benefits of a QMS Encourages active and effective leadership. Involves and empowers staff. Staff will clearly understand their responsibilities. Ensures consistency. Focuses on root cause of problems.

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Structure for a Quality system Scope Normative Reference Terms& Definition

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Scope Extent Of boundaries for Quality Management System& Define the process needed for the QMS& Their application throughout the Organization

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Normative Reference statement covering separate documents referenced within the standard, unless otherwise stated, the most recent versions of the separate documents should be referenced.

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Terms& Definition Audit Criteria Audit Scope Auditee Correction Action Policies, Procedures, Practice Extent Of Boundaries of an Audit Action taken to eliminate a detected nonconformity This is the organization being audited Internal Audit Audit performed by member of the organization itself

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Quality Management System General Requirements for organization. Documentation processes. Quality Manual. Control of documents. Records

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Management Responsibility Management Responsibility. Customer Focus. Quality Policy. Planning Responsibility, Authority, Communication Management Review

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Resource Management Provision of Resource. Human Resource. Infrastructure. Work Environment

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Product Realization Planning for product realization. Customer Related Process. Design& Development Purchasing Production& Service Provision Control Of Monitoring

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Documentation Hierarchy Philosophy & Policy Principles & Strategy Practice Needed Documents Overall Manual Procedures & Processes Work Instructions & Forms

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Documentation Main Frame Organization Name& logo Title Related To Document No Date of issues Revision Status Review/ Approval Sign Purpose Body Identify organizational ownership Name of document Cross- References ISO 9001 Identify the control Document Identify the control revision of document Support document control& applicability Signify authority& Control Describe intent of document Impart information or connected of document Main Frame

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Measurements, Analysis& Improvement General Monitoring& Measurements Control of Nonconforming product Analysis Data Improvement

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Quality Manual scope QMS organization Documented procedures Description QMS processes Quality Policy Quality Procedure Quality Objective

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Quality Policy Management statement of the Organization overall intentions& direction with regards to quality

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Quality Procedure Objective Scope Definition Process Related Documents

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QMS Registration 2. Select the appropriate standard 1. Set the registration objective 3. Develop and implement the quality system 4. Select a third-party registrar and apply 5. Perform self-analysis audit 6. Submit quality manual for approval 7. Pre-assessment by registrar 8. Take corrective actions 9. Final assessment by registrar 10. Registration!

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QMS Accreditation It means the formal approval by a specialized body an accreditation body – that a certification body is competent to carry out ISO 9001:2008 or ISO 14001:2004 certification in specified business sectors.

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QMS Comprehensive Definition QMS is compromised of all the organizations policies, procedures, plans, resources, process And delineation of responsibility and authority, all deliberately to achieve product or service Quality levels consistent with customer satisfaction and the organization objective

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Home Work Design employees& clients feedback form to your project. Establish quality Policy for your project. Establish Quality Procedure for your project. Establish Quality Manual For Your Project.

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