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World Quality Alliance pushes for quality culture in organisations

by MODESTUS ANAESORONYE

March 22, 2018 | 12:00 am
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As competition for business amidst tough economic environment heightens, the need for quality as the differentiating factor has been emphasized.

It’s therefore believed that companies and organisations that must gain acceptability and survive the future, must inculcate the right quality culture in their entire operations.

Experts in quality assurance says that with increased  competition and complexity of the global market, firms must think differently and inspire their employees by devising new means of achieving set quality goals.

Desmond Esorougwe, Country Director, World Quality Alliance made the remark in Lagos as part of activities to announce the 2018 World Quality Summit with the theme “ Quality as the Basis for Excellence, Leadership and Innovation”.

Esorougwe said the event slated to hold on 12 April at the Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja offers a forum for sharing of ideas and networking among great leaders and experts locally and internationally, who will share best practices, tested solutions with proven results.

He stated that everyone must embrace best practice in quality management, pointing out that the success of any business depend largely on recognition of quality in different levels of operations.

“Quality control is essential to building a successful business that delivers products that meet or exceed customers’ expectations. It also forms the basis of an efficient business that minimizes waste and operates at high levels of productivity,” said Esorougwe.

Quality helps you to win business from competitors who are not able to match your standards and gives you the opportunity to charge premium prices for a superior product. It can also open new business opportunities in market sectors where quality is critical.

MODESTUS ANAESORONYE


by MODESTUS ANAESORONYE

March 22, 2018 | 12:00 am
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