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Total quality in the public sector.

Ole Ingstrup

Total quality in the public sector.

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Published by Canadian Centre for Management Development in [Ottawa] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesQualité totale dans le secteur public.
ContributionsCanadian Centre for Management Development.
The Physical Object
Pagination13, 15 p. ;
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16887165M

This book provides over 30 spotlights highlighting project examples, lessons learned and tips/tricks for using Lean Six Sigma in the public sector. The Lean Six Sigma methodology focuses on removing waste (lean) and reducing variation (Six Sigma).   The concept of Total Quality Management (TQM) has been discussed in the present work stressing its application in the field of education. “Total Quality Management in the Public Sector,” National Productivity Review, 10, – Total Quality Management in Educational Institutions. In: Tan C., Goh T. (eds) Theory and Practice of Cited by: 1. Total Quality Management (TQM) Implementation in Construction Firm 2 ABSTRACT Purpose - The aim of this report is to examine how TQM can be implemented in the construction firm in most effective and efficient way, by taking into account alignment between TQMFile Size: 1MB. Garrity and Matthew Fairholm highlight public sector adaptations of transformational leadership models, but aside from a discussion of total quality manage-ment, the book provides scant guidance on how to implement such changes. Learning how to conceive of change in government organizations, planning and PUARindd 10/4/09 AM.


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