Process Management

principle 7. System approach to management. Identifying, understanding and managing interrelated processes as a system promote efficiency and effectiveness of the organization in achieving its objectives. principle 8. Mutually beneficial supplier relationships. Organization and its suppliers are interdependent and mutually beneficial relationship enhances the ability of both to create value. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Peter Schiff. The success of the Japanese model of organization of production has led to what is already in the late 50's, the U.S.

has taken the U.S. military standards for the quality of supply - MIL-Q9858. Seeing the obvious advantages, perceived revolutionary ideas and peaceful industry. smc began the march on the world. By the way, was this system and in the then Soviet Union. It was called 'comprehensive quality management system products (KSUKP) and was quite effective, as adjusted for the realities of the developed socialism Nevertheless, until the mid eighties of the last century, the world recognized quality standards system does not existed. Serious transaction is entered into only after the customer himself will visit the production and make sure that it is capable of delivering the required quality of product. Naturally, the vendor had to continually to take inspection and try to satisfy the most diverse, often conflicting demands. Similar difficulties were also among the customers - endless patrols and complex negotiations in order to obtain only one component of a future product for the pace of life of the late twentieth century, all this becomes unacceptable. That is to simplify the pre-contract relationship and have developed special standards that As the quality of the processes of globalization the world is becoming closer.