Corporations expect all quality initiatives to impact the bottom line. They want to visibly see the return on investment for their internal quality organizations.
In order to be more efficient, 65 percent of companies prefer a centralized group that will establish strategic quality initiatives, according to a study by Best Practices, LLC’s Global Benchmarking Council. Also 65 percent of the companies studied said they integrate quality into acquired businesses within two years as opposed to a longer cycle or not integrating at all.
Download your complimentary excerpt of “Quality Organizations: Operational Tactics for Today’s Business Environment.” Drawn from primary and secondary research from world-class companies such as Motorola, Eastman Kodak, The Home Depot, Verizon, JP Morgan Chase, Sanofi-aventis and others, data and insights in the study include:
- Structure of internal quality organizations
- Timeline for integrating quality in acquired businesses
- Trends in quality
- Key findings about quality in today’s business environment
This sample presentation, “Quality Organizations: Operational Tactics for Today’s Business Environment,” resulted from member-driven research conducted by Best Practices, LLC’s Global Benchmarking Council. GBC members use their customized research studies to gain best practices, metrics, insights and more from their business peers.
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