Total Quality Management

November 11, 2009

A Tribute to the Japanese Nation

Here I have uploaded few images of  Hiroshima that testify the greatness of Japanese nation as to how they recovered from the ashes of World War II. Japan is the only nation on this planet that suffered Nuclear catastrophe. The very same nation i.e. the United States of America, that defeated Japan was trembling due to the invasion of Japanese products in her markets in the middle of 1980s.  The subject or the discipline of Total Quality Management is the result of this tug-of-war between these two great nations.  Let’s see the following images that would show you how Japanese nation recovered from the shock of ugly nuclear weapons and rebuilt a great city on the ashes of the destroyed metropolis: (more…)

April 21, 2009

Concept of Teams, their Types and Functions


Teams are groups of two or more people who interact and influence each other, are mutually accountable for achieving common objectives and perceive themselves as social entity within an organization. All teams exist to fulfil some purposes, such as assembling a product, providing a service, operating a submarine or making an important decision. Team members are held together by their interdependence and need for collaboration to achieve a common goal. (more…)

March 18, 2009

An Overview of HR Consultancy

Filed under: General Business Management Posts — Tags: , , — Ferhan Syed @ 7:39 pm

Most managers in organizations have dealings with consultants on a regular basis. The days are when organizations hired staff to cover all their needs. For example OD consultants are now engaged to help the organization through any necessary process or behavioral change in it. (more…)

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