Total Quality Management (TQM) Philosophy
Total Quality Management (TQM) Philosophy. In any given workplace, whether it is a hospital, manufacturing operation, retail store, or the home, there are processes that are either broken or can be improved. The purpose of this report is to identify a problem(s) and devise solutions that result in improved processes or outcomes.
You will complete a Quality Improvement Report after identifying a deficiency in the workplace or home environment and developing a plan to address the issue(s). Using various components of the Total Quality Management (TQM) Philosophy, you will create a plan that serves the purpose of demonstrating knowledge and understanding of TQM tools, techniques, and processes and how to apply them appropriately to a demonstrated deficiency.
The Quality Improvement Report will highlight the research and findings of research, as well as original insight, interpretation, and analysis. The Quality Improvement Report should contain an Introduction, Body, and Conclusions and be organized into paragraphs developing a single topic. It must be 750 to 1000 words in length, completed in APA style in Microsoft Word, and be submitted in a .DOC/DOCX file format. Your paper must be formatted using double-spaced, 1- inch margins, and font consistent with APA guidelines. Be sure to use the most current edition of APA format for your papers, citations in the text, and a reference list.
It must cite at least five references, with all sources properly documented (including properly citing textbook references if used). College textbooks and pop websites such as Wikipedia are not appropriate sources. It must also contain at least one reference from a peer-reviewed journal article. Your Report should utilize proper grammar, punctuation, correct spelling, and other aspects of correct composition should be maintained.