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Autor
Olkiewicz Marcin (Politechnika Koszalińska)
Tytuł
Management Systems as a Guarantee of Quality Assurance
Systemy zarządzania gwarancją bezpieczeństwa jakości
Źródło
Zeszyty Naukowe. Organizacja i Zarządzanie / Politechnika Śląska, 2018, z. 128, s. 317-332, bibliogr. 35 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Współczesne metody i koncepcje zarządzania w przemyśle i usługach na rzecz branży zbrojeniowej
Słowa kluczowe
Zarządzanie procesowe, Jakość, Bezpieczeństwo, System zarządzania jakością
Processing management, Quality, Security, Quality management systems
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Celem opracowania jest badanie związków, że jakość, w ramach znormalizowanych systemów zarządzania, oddziałuje na bezpieczeństwo, które stanowi jeden z głównych elementów funkcjonowania i rozwoju. W opracowaniu starano się wykazać, korelację jakości i bezpieczeństwa, która bezpośrednio wpływa na poprawę efektywności podejmowanych działań, zgodnych z przyjętą strategią oraz wizją organizacji. W ramach przeprowadzonych badań stwierdza się, że znormalizowane systemy zarządzania mają na celu doskonalenie i utrzymanie jakości, a zachowane bezpieczeństwo pozwala je osiągnąć. Szczególnie uwidacznia się zjawisko to w procesie planistycznym oraz realizacji. Uzyskane dane w ramach przeprowadzonej ankietyzacji z ponad 1600 podmiotów potwierdzają hipotezę, że bezpieczeństwo stanowi ważny kształtowania jakości, w ramach znormalizowanych systemów zarządzania.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The aim of this study is to study compounds, that quality, as part of standardised management systems, affects safety, which is one of the primary elements for the functioning and development of an organisation. In the presented paper many attempts were made to indicate that quality is closely connected to safety, and as part of standardised management systems, significantly affects the improvement of the effectiveness of actions undertaken, consistent with the adopted strategy and the vision of an organisation. The conclusions from the conducted research state that standardised management systems are aimed at improving and maintaining quality as well as the fact that maintained safety allows to achieve it. The research results are part of a multi-aspect analysis of the Central Pomeranian entrepreneurship used to build models of quality shaping in organisations within the qualitative foresight framework. Obtained results, from more than 1,600 entities, confirm the hypothesis that safety is an important element of quality development under standardised management systems.(original abstract)
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ISSN
1641-3466
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.29119/1641-3466.2018.128.25
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