Gestión conjunta de la calidad en grupos empresariales de la economía social
Due to the growth in markets, social economy enterprises are seeking a competitive advantage through economies of scale. In this regard, these enterprises should pursue the coordinated implementation of shared quality management strategies within groups. Accordingly, quality benchmarking through self-evaluation models is a key instrument in providing a balanced quality standard within the group and also in helping create synergies in the group. Likewise, coordinated managed of the quality records should be sought by the companies with a view to introducing a joint Quality Information System. Finally, joint quality circles should also be involved in shared quality management within social economy groups.
Volume (Year): (2006)
Issue (Month): 54 (April)
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