Enterprise Risk Management & Risk Management Plan
Risk Factors in Implementing Total Quality Management in Your Organization
This TQM article is about Implementing Total Quality Management (TQM) in an organization. It is quite known to the business world that this is not an easy task. However, there is a systematic approach to assess its likelihood of success in implementing TQM provides an early sign for actions. Below are a set of questionnaires to assess 5 critical success factors for a Implementing Total Quality Management in an organization. It is a simple and direct questions asked to draw the readiness of an organization in its sate of preparedness. The questions should be answer in a skill of 0 to 10, being 0 is the lowest score and 10 is the highest score. when allocating score, the instantaneous answer in mind should be taken instead of think through too thoroughly. There are 2-3 questions to each of the Critical Success Factors. Strategic Focus
To what extent are team improvement objective focused on strategic organization goals? To what extent are team success related to the organization financial success?
To what extent do senior managers review the progress of improvement teams? How often senior management involve in the team activities?
How often are team improvement recommendations approved by senior management
Links to the Line Organization
How well are team improvement recommendations executed by the rest of the organization (other department with similar processes To what extent improvement recommendations are derived from a systematic tools? To what extent are team improvement recommendations piloted before a solution is launched?
Organizational Versus Functional Focus
To what extent are employee in your organization rewarded for meeting organization goals? How well do employee work across functions and departments in your organization? To what extent are team emphasize on...
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