Richard R. Deckro
Total Quality Management II
This paper analyzes concurrent engineering environment and its components with a goal of identifying the exact position and contribution of the total quality management concept. The paper evaluates three hypotheses selected from the literature : 1. TQM is an effective integration tool for integrating product and process designs. 2. Design for manufacturability is a component of total quality management. 3. Concurrent engineering facilitates the culture of TQM. All three hypotheses seem to be valid issues in the dynamic environment of today's manufacturing sector.
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Daim, Tugrul, "Analyzing TQM as a Component of a Concurrent Engineering
Environment" (1993). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 914.