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Title: TQM in e-Learning: a Self-assessment Model and Questionnaire
Authors: Schreurs, Jeanne
Keywords: TQM
EFQM
Total Quality Management
Self-Assessment
E-Learning
SEVAQ Questionnaire
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: Organizations are seeking new, integrated systems that enable rapid changes through early identification of opportunities and problems, tracking of progress against plans, flexible allocation of resources to achieve goals, and consistent operations. Total Quality Management (TQM) is an overall business strategy. It means that all activities of the company will be focused on satisfying all stakeholders of the company. TQM can be realised by using the EFQM model. The EFQM model is a tool that organizations may use as a framework for self-evaluation that enables an organization to identify its strengths and areas for improvement and the extent to which its operations and results are in line with the characteristics of an excellent organization. We focus on a training organisation or to the learning department of an organization. So we are limiting the EFQM model to the training /learning activities. We can apply EFQM perfect on the level of an activity (business line) of a company. We selected the main criteria for which the learner can play the role of assessor. So only three main criteria left: the enabling resources, the enabling processes and the (learning) results for the learner. We limited the last one to “learning results” based on the Kirkpatrick model.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1126
ISSN: 1313-0455
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