A Different Kind of BBQ

Abstract:Behavior-based quality (BBQ) is a mindset and culture that can be promoted in any organization. BBQ, much like safety, can be driven by behavior at all levels of an organization, but is generally led from the top. BBQ has three main principles, all of which are the basics of quality: compliance, prevention and improvement. Compliance involves identifying requirements or standards to adhere to and meeting them. Prevention entails finding the causes for errors and fixing them before errors can happen. Finally, improvement can be done in many ways, but generally it means to improve processes related to preventing errors and also eliminating waste where …

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Basically , i don't see any differences this BBQ concept with TQM! Can anyone share the opinion about that please

--ANIL SKARIAH, 02-09-2019

Very useful article for implementing behavior based cultural changes in my organization
--Thor Angle, 05-25-2018

Very insightful article.
--Janet Lentz, 04-05-2018

This article covers the foundation of quality, how to build the organizational culture, how to drive change from the top, and to make it sustainable.
I have been in the Oil and Gas manufacturing business for over 40 years and have worked with many Quality organizations, and experienced the frustrations of continued quality escapes with no answer other than "use the tools" and "get it right the first time".
This article written by Arron Angle is excellent and it is my opinion that all companies should adopt these practices not only for Quality improvements, but could very possibly improve all areas of the manufacturing businesses and environments.
--Rocky McLain, 03-28-2018

--Volga Koval, 03-20-2018

I have had instances where quality is a cost and management wants to reduce costs? I have stressed that quality leads the way to customers satisfaction but we can make it cheaper. I believe quality increases the bottom line because if the customer is satisfied, he becomes a repeat buyer. Quality sells product not the amount produced.
--Bill Derer, 03-05-2018

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