BTQ 3094: TQM for Managers
Lecturer| Contact details| Consultation Hours|
Dr Yeap Peik Foong| Email: email@example.comRoom: BR2018Ext.: 5652| Wednesday: 10am – 12pmThursday: 10am – 12pm| Tutor| Contact details| Consultation Hours|
En. Muhammad Nizam Zainuddin| Email: Muhammad.firstname.lastname@example.orgRoom: BR2004Ext: | |
The objectives are:
1) To provide students with an in-depth understanding of the role that quality plays in business competitiveness and to show how TQM has developed into a way of managing the whole business to ensure customer satisfaction at every stage.
2) To provide an awareness of the concepts and terminology of ISO 9000, ISO 14000 and TQM and of the work of the quality “GURUs” and their different approaches to quality management.
S. Thomas Foster, (2007), Managing Quality: Integrating the Supply Chain, Third Edition, Pearson-Prentice Hall, New Jersey. (ISBN Code: 0-13-223996-5)
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