Compensation, or employee remuneration, is an employee’s payment in return for their contribution to the organization. Compensation is influential in an employee’s life, affecting their standard of living, societal status, motivation, loyalty, and productivity.
Quality control may be defined as an industrial management technique or group of techniques using which products of uniform, acceptable quality are manufactured.
Productivity is a standard measure of how well a country, industry, or business unit uses its resources (or factors of production). It is the certainty of continuously doing better than yesterday.
According to Feigenbaum’s Total Quality Control, achieving quality results isn’t a short-term, instant-fix method for enhancing competitiveness. Implementing total quality management requires hands-on, continuous leadership.
strategic quality management can be defined as a comprehensive and strategic framework that links profitability, business objectives, and competitiveness to quality improvement efforts.
Quality Function Deployment (QFD) is a method used to transform user demands into design quality, to deploy the functions forming quality, and to deploy methods for achieving the design quality into subsystems and parts and, ultimately, to specific manufacturing process elements.