Improvement as a Component to Connect the Integrated Management System in the Automotive Industry

Szymon Dziuba , Małgorzata A. Jarossova , Anna Cierniak-Emerych

Abstract

Globalization of markets, increased customer expectations, expanding competition in all areas of customer-supplier relationships are the factors, which force enterprises to highlight quality in their strategies, with this tendency expected to be even more dynamic in the future. Enterprise strategy specifies future orientation of the enterprise in the internal and external environments and assignment of tasks in terms of the quality, safety and environmental protection to all its areas, functions and employees. Meeting these demands is supported by integration of the systems of quality management, environmental management and occupational safety and health management. Therefore, the aim of this study is to present the indicated management systems, which cooperated within the common idea of continual improvement, with its creator being E. Deming.
Author Szymon Dziuba (EaE / IES / DLaC)
Szymon Dziuba,,
- Department of Labor and Capital
, Małgorzata A. Jarossova - University of Economics in Bratislava
Małgorzata A. Jarossova,,
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, Anna Cierniak-Emerych (EaE / IES / DLaC)
Anna Cierniak-Emerych,,
- Department of Labor and Capital
Pages12-24
Publication size in sheets0.6
Book Hlavaty Ivan (eds.): Stav a Perspektivy Systemov Manazerstva Ako Konkurencna Vyhoda. Zbornik Vedeckych Stati, 2018, Vydavatelstvo EKONÓM, ISBN 9788022544450, 82 p.
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Keywords in EnglishIntegrated Management System, ISO Standards, Continual Improvement
Languageen angielski
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