An overview of the quality control loops


  • Prof. Dr. Amina Karim Issa



 The main goal of the quality control circles (quality) is to monitor the obstacles facing an institution, to analyze these obstacles and to develop appropriate solutions for them and to improve and develop work productivity. And its development and follow-up and the actual contribution to the development of the institution by showing the human ability in creativity and self-management to solve work problems.


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- Muhammad Tawfiq Madi, Quality Management: An Introduction to the Integrated System, Dar Al-Maarif, Cairo, 1995.

- Sayed Muhammad Al-Khouli, Total Quality Management and ISO 9555, Ain Shams Library, Cairo, 1995 AD.

foreign sources.

- F.G. Moore, Manufacturing Management, Homewood Illinois, Richard

Irwin, 1965.p. 662

- Crocker O. Charney. C. and Chiu, J.S., Quality Circle, Facts On File

Publication, New York, 1984. p6

- Philip B. Crosby: Quality is Free, New York: Mc Graw-Hill Inc., 1979,p.17.



2024-06-09 — Updated on 2024-06-09