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Industrial Training and Quality Initiatives

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Total quality management does improve organizational performance and remains the most viable long-term business strategy around. These were the findings of a recent report entitled "TQM: Forging a Need or Falling Behind?", commissioned by Development Dimensions International of Pittsburgh, the Quality & Productivity Management Association of Schaumburg, Illinois, and Industry Week, which were based on interviews with 6,500 people in 84 organizations. However, on considering the various elements which help or hinder TQM implementation, training emerged as the one successful theme in successful programmes.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 1994

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