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A case study of delta beverages, in Zimbabwe Authors: Glowing reports of substantial successes have provided a considerable source of motivation for many organizations to pursue TQM. The purpose of this study was to document the challenges and benefits of TQM implementation in a beverage manufacturing firm in Zimbabwe, and the effect of these practices on operations.
Data was collected using a self-administered questionnaire on shop floor employees and middle and top management. The middle and top management questionnaire was distributed to 15 middle and top management in the plant. The respondents expressed their opinions concerning the challenges and benefits of implementation of the TQM system.
Its successes and failures were clearly articulated. The findings of the study showed that the Corresponding Author: Senior lecturer, Faculty of less developed country with a peculiar case of multi—currency usage, works and has Business, Postgraduate Department, documented undisputable results.
This will ensure that all the barriers due to support departments companies: A case study of delta are timeously closed out. Furthermore, Delta Beverages as a whole need to be on beverages, in Zimbabwe. Int J Original Res ; 2 6: This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Article ID: IJORMS Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
In Zimbabwe, businesses mainly operate in a Darwinian environment where survival requires achieving atracive inancial results with adverse outcomes if they fail to achieve acceptable results.
Ater a decade long economic downturn characterised by high losses, high inlaion rates, and threats from foreign products, the Zimbabwean economy was given a boost when the United States dollar among other currencies was introduced in early As is the case with resurgent economies, compeiion in every sphere of business was ierce and most mulinaionals wanted a piece of the acion.
The ceriicaion to ISO Implementaion of TQM pracices in Africa in a recovering economy such as the one Zimbabwe is experiencing has not been documented elsewhere. The problem is that so far very few researchers have documented the implementaion of TQM in Zimbabwean irms, and the efect of this pracice on corporate product quality success and hence operaions.
Statement of the Problem Organizaions in Zimbabwe are operaing against a backdrop of an ever changing environment. In order to survive they need to adopt philosophies that were applied to other countries and were known to succeed.
One such philosophy is TQM and it has been implemented successfully in Japan since TQM practices have been documented extensively in measurement studies as well as in the studies that have investigated the relation of TQM practices to various dependent variables.
TQM is an effort that involves every organization in the industry in the effort to improve performance. Total Quality Management (TQM) is an approach that seeks to improve quality and performance which will meet or exceed customer expectations.
This can be achieved by integrating all quality-related functions and processes throughout the company.
Challenges and benefits of total quality management (TQM) implementation in manufacturing companies: A case study of delta beverages, in Zimbabwe. 12 Pages.
Challenges and benefits of total quality management (TQM) implementation in manufacturing companies: A case study of delta beverages, in Zimbabwe programme only but a TOTAL of total.
In the case of Toyota, there were definitely indications that the quality level of its products had fallen off in recent years. What’s more, the changes had occurred during a period of time when many of Toyota’s competitors, including Ford, Chevrolet and Hyundai, were producing better and better cars.
Just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing, also known as just-in-time production or the Toyota Production System (TPS), is a methodology aimed primarily at reducing times within production system as well as response times from suppliers and to customers.
Its origin and development was in Japan, largely in the s and s and particularly at Toyota. [page needed] [disputed – discuss], [page needed.
Total Quality Management helps produce the highest quality products to meet customer expectations. The popularity of TQM has increased since the decades, and its QM concepts have been used by all of the top automotive companies worldwide.