TPM Consultant

Quality Improvement

What is it?


  • Quality improvement is an common approach to minimization or mitigation of waste, rework,deviations and losses in production as well as business process.
  • It could be implemented by applying any of the relevant Quality improvement models.


Who is it for?


  • Any manufacturing or service organization can implement it.


 What will you get?


  • Minimization of errors and mistakes
  • Adaptability improvement
  • Productivity improvement
  • Quality product
  • Fulfilling commitments
  • Improved supplier performance
  • Reduction in manufacturing cost
  • Employee motivation
  • Continual improvement
  • Improved efficiency of assets
  • Improved quality performance
  • Elimintion of non-producing activities
  • Expansion of business scope


  How to Achieve it?


  •  Engage PMG
  •  Diagnostic Assessment of current practices w.r.t. best practices
  •  Form a cross-functional team (CFT)
  •  Data Collection
  •  Implementation of various tools and techniques
  •  Reinforcing a strategic framework of quality
  •  Analysis of Data
  •  Brainstorm the strategy
  •  Assess Risks of the strategy
  •  Draw Improvement Action Plans
  •  Capacity Building of people & process in manufacturing
  •  Up gradation of implementation
  •  Review of performance of cost
  •  Consolidated financial performance


  Why Choose PMG?


  •  Multi-location presence
  •  Sharing of best practices in the industry
  •  Strategies for effectiveness
  •  On Time completion of assignments
  •  You engage, High end experts at the most economic cost. We charge and deliver results.
  •  Highly engaging training sessions
  •  Practical Implementation
  •  Organization gets, in depth learning but just not an understanding
  •  Very High level of Customer Satisfaction


  Key Success Factor


  • Management Commitment and Leadership
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Teamwork
  • Benchmarking
  • Improvement of value
  • Employee participation
  • comprehensive training programme
  • allocate resources
  • Decision making
  • Data availability
  • Customer focus
  • Effective communication