IIM  Vol.7 No.2 , March 2015
Target Entities of Total Quality Management Based on the New TQM and Three-Dimensional Unification Value Models
Author(s) Kazuhiro Esaki
ABSTRACT
In recent years, the method of TQM (Total Quality Management) is widely recognized. However, contents of target entities for assessment are various, and it is very difficult to define the whole scope of TQM. On the other hand, it is very important to define the whole target entities of quality management about the TQM because lack of important target entities may cause significant risk of loss in future. Furthermore, target entities of TQM should correspond to needs and priority of an objective requirement and that should be based on the consideration of basic principle of quality management. In the previous study, we have proposed the “framework of new TQM” of assessment for a total quality management of organizations based on the original concept of “TQM matrix”. On the other hand, we have proposed the view point of “Three-Dimensional Unification Value Models” for an evaluation of system product. Therefore, in this paper, we propose the target entities of whole assessment of quality management of organization totally based on the consideration of “New TQM framework” and the view point of “Three-Dimensional Unification Value Models”. Also, this paper proposes the result of verification based on the result of comparison between proposed target entities of assessment and American Malcolm Baldrige Prize for Performance Excellence.

Cite this paper
Esaki, K. (2015) Target Entities of Total Quality Management Based on the New TQM and Three-Dimensional Unification Value Models. Intelligent Information Management, 7, 70-79. doi: 10.4236/iim.2015.72007.
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