With a Quality Management System (QMS) in place, the organization is focused towards the quality goals.
Management is provided with data and information on a continual basis and able to see progress or lack of progress towards goals and take appropriate action.
ESI helps school establishing Quality Management System within through:
Providing orientation and training programs for school staff on QMS
Providing formats and models to start QMS
Working with school staff on Gap Analysis procedures
Designing goals, objectives and strategies for the school
Helping in implementation of the plan for the school
Providing support in monitoring the executionof the plan
Assuring continuous improvement for the school
About Quality Management System (QMS)
Quality management system starts with the setting of quality policy, quality goals and objectives. It continues with management review looking at data and information from the QMS, and taking actions to make sure that quality goals are met, new goals are set and continual improvement is achieved.
With QMS in place, the organization is focused towards the quality goals. Management is provided with data and information on a continual basis and able to see progress or lack of progress towards goals and take appropriate action. The organized, scheduled process of conducting management review ensures that this evaluation takes place. It provides the mechanism of reviewing goals and performance against goals on a scheduled basis, and for taking action based on the evaluation.
Increased productivity results from the initial evaluation and improvement of processes that occurs during the implementation process and from improved training and qualification of teachers and employees. Better documentation or control of processes leads to consistency in performance and less scrap and rework.
Moreover, manager experiences fewer troubleshooting; teachers and employees have more information for troubleshooting problems on their own.
ESI help to establish Quality Management System through:
Defect rates decrease
Quality is constantly measured
Defects are caught earlier and are corrected at a lower cost
Procedures ensure corrective action is taken whenever defects occur
Documented procedures are easier for new employees to follow
Defining procedures identifies current practices that are obsolete or inefficient
Well defined and documented procedures improve the consistency of output