Great value in depicting
and describing a problem in detail
The features of ConceptDraw MINDMAP has great value in depicting
and describing a problem in detail as quality manager tool. Successful quality management implemented in a company of any size is a critical component of a company’s organization. Effective quality management requires strong formal procedures and a quality culture inside of the organization.
Pic.1 Total quality management (TQM) mind map.
This mind map demonstrates how the well-known Total Quality Management (TQM) methodology can be presented in a mind map. Using mind mapping for quality management is a creative approach that allows one to structure all key quality points on the one page.
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ConceptDraw Mind maps can be used to depict a quality process.
Picture: Helpful in all stages of quality management
Total quality management is the one known to be consisting of some organization-wide efforts put in order to install and to make some climate in which this organization can continuously improve its ability to deliver the high-quality products and services to its customers permanently.
Picture: Total Quality Management Definition
In almost every sphere of life and work the people time to time are faced with the fact that on their way there are certain obstacles and problems. But it is not always possible to identify the true cause of particular problem. To understand the basic causes of problems and eliminate them, it is convenient to use the chart of Kaoru Ishikawa - the technique specially designed for this.
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Fishbone Diagrams solution from the Management area can help you with construction the Fishbone Diagram also known as Ishikawa Diagram.
Ishikawa Diagram shows factors of Equipment, Process, People, Materials, Environment and Management, all affecting the overall problem in one drawing for the further analysis. It is a well effective way to analyze the business problems you must identify and solve.
Picture: Ishikawa Diagram