Evaluating The Perceived Effects Of Total Quality Management (Tqm) Training Program In Tenaga Nasional

Haron, Khalidah (1995) Evaluating The Perceived Effects Of Total Quality Management (Tqm) Training Program In Tenaga Nasional. Masters project report, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

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Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) was corporatized on the 1st. of September 1990. To help achieved its new corporate mission, total quality culture now forms a major aspect of TN B's strategic initiative. Management has turned to the training and development specialist to improve the organization's capabilities through TQM training program. Before TNB was corporatized , training and development can be viewed traditionally as a discretionary expenditure. Now that it is a corporate body, for TNB to stay in business, they need to start rapid savings by reducing spending not directly related to improving their profit margin. If training can not show positive, unambiguous results, organization will

Item Type:Project Paper Report
Subject:Total quality management - Malaysia
Subject:Total quality management in human services - Malaysia
Chairman Supervisor:Dr. Bahaman Abu Samah
Call Number:FPP/L 1995 1
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Educational Studies
ID Code:11129
Deposited By: Mohd Nezeri Mohamad
Deposited On:18 Jul 2011 08:51
Last Modified:04 May 2012 04:49

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