Self-ratings of eight factors of quality management at Naval Avionics Center
Hocevar, Susan Page
Applegate, Carolyn L.
Thomas, Kenneth Wayne
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The focus of this report is the implementation of Total Quality Management in ten DoD organizations. The Participating organizations were all identified by the Federal Quality Institute as either winners or finalists of the Productivity/Quality Management and Budget. Qualitative data collected included interviews with either top executives or TQM coordinators, documentation of quality management activities. A questionnaire survey was also administered to the executive steering committee of each organization providing a self-assessment of eight dimensions of quality management practices. The report describes the lessons learned, promising practices and the results of the self assessment survey for the participating organizations
NPS Report NumberNPS-AS-92-005PR
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