How to promote Quality Month in your organisation

How to promote Quality Month in your organisation

How to promote 'Quality Month' in your organisation

Now is the time to think about how you intend to launch and run your Quality Month. Don't leave it to the last minute. Throughout the month of November we will have a number of activities and resources available to download. 

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How to position yourself for a promotion - Quality Jobs

How to position yourself for a promotion - Quality Jobs

You’ve been feeling like you’re stuck in a rut career wise and maybe you’ve been awaiting that long overdue promotion.   So how do you move your career forward?   We have some suggestions on how you might start to work on your own personal development and start to take action.

Our first suggestion is to write a Career Development Plan.  This is a process that consists of defining what is important to you, what you want to achieve, what strengths you already have that help to achieve your goals, and what you need to improve and develop with time.  

Setting your goals
Starting with your goals, decide what is really important to you?   In which direction would you like to take your career and what do you need to do to take that first step?  Which new skills do you want to acquire? 

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Who was really responsible for the Japanese Quality revolution?

Who was really responsible for the Japanese Quality revolution?

If you are a student of Quality and interested in accurate quality history, you need to dig deep. It is all out there but it is hidden by a huge amount of both misleading and also downright wrong ‘information’.  Below are some extracts of materials that are still on line but not necessarily easy to find. This might change your views.

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Quality Circles, what are they? A Quality Circle is:

Quality Circles, what are they? A Quality Circle is:

`A small group of between three and twelve people who do the same or similar work, voluntarily meeting together regularly for about an hour per week in paid time, usually under the Leadership of their own supervisor, and trained to identify, analyse, and solve some of the problems in their work, presenting solutions to management, and where possible, implementing the solutions themselves.’

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