|BUS-550-84||Production Management: Total Q (3 )||
|Pyle, Murray James|
Production and inventory planning and control systems. The design of production facilities, location, capacity, and assembly line production are covered. Cost factors, including labor, standards, preventive maintenance, product planning, manpower planning. All are part of the resources used in a total quality management scenario. TQM presents methods, tools, technologies and case studies for product, process and service quality improvement. The emphasis is on prevention through quality engineering, design, and implementation. The ISO 9001:2000 standard, is a keystone aspect of this course, as it serves as a must for quality audits and certifications.
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