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Deming’s 14 Points Essay

2247 words - 9 pages

Analysis of Deming’s 14 Points
In
Strata Manufacturing

Introduction to Quality Management
Course Code: QTY 302
Spring 2012

Prepared by:
Student: Ebtihal Hassan | K-91160529 |
Student: Doaa Ayoub | K-21051534 |
Student: Diana Rayan | k-91160529 |
Date: 21st May 2012

Contents
Introduction: 2
1. Company Profile 2
2. Analysis of Deming’s 14 points in Strata 2
2.1 Consistency of Purpose 2
2.2 Everybody wins 2
2.3 Design Quality In 2
2.4 Don’t buy on price tag alone 2
2.5 Continuous Improvement 2
2.6 Training for skills 2
2.7 Institute Leadership 2
2.8 Drive out fear. 2
2.9 Break down Barriers 2
2.10 Eliminate slogans 2
2.11 Method 2
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With a high percentage of home-grown talent, we endeavour to transform into a world competing aerospace business – aiming to become a global leader in the industry within a decade.
The Aerospace hub in Al Ain consists of 25 sq.km of land adjacent to the Al Ain International Airport.  The Aerospace development has been envisaged to be the catalyst of the overall development of the Airport Area, while leveraging synergies, reducing costs and enhancing services.
The Aerospace hub will consist of various industrial projects, a business park, office facilities, educational research and development activities complimented with world-class community services and amenities. Strata – the Aerostructures manufacturing plant was the key anchor tenant build in 2010.
The hub is part of Al Ain’s strategic 2030 plan which envisions the diversification of Abu Dhabi’s economy by creating and developing industrial sectors that will ensure the emirates’s future prosperity.

2. Analysis of Deming’s 14 points in Strata
2.1 Consistency of Purpose

Do you have a clear goal for the organization communicated to all employees?
Strata as all other businesses; concern about the future as well as the day to day business. To avoid facing future problem a company should have a consistency of purpose through having a clear Vision and Mission statements that are clearly communicated to all employees.
Strata have a yearly gathering to communicate next year objectives that are driven from its Vision and Mission Statements

Vision
To be recognised by the OEMs as the partner of choice for advanced aerostructures empowered by a high performance workforce. 

Mission
1. To be a sustainable profitable business by driving technology, innovation and knowledge transfer.
2. To be an employer of choice in the UAE
3. To promote Emiratization as an integral part of the business strategy
4. To drive technology-transfers between the UAE and other technologically advanced countries
5. Empower people to maximize their capability and achieve their potential

2.2 Everybody wins

How can everyone be empowered, feel a sense of ownership and share in the company’s success?
In Strata; they believe that employees feedback and involvement is important.
They introduced two ways that can make everybody involve, one is the Lean process and the second is the employees’ suggestion system.
In the lean process; every employee is encouraged to suggest a way to increase the performance and the productivity and reduce cost and time spent in the production area.
Employees Suggestions Box is introduced in a way that everyone is welcomed to suggest a new method of doing something or improving a process.
Both are tied with a rewarding scheme to motivate employees to be more involved.

2.3 Design Quality In

With everyone participating our goals are to deliver perfect quality to our customers.
Instead of trying to fix the issues; Strata insist to initiate...

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