November 25, 2011

Moving ahead to the end part of PMA.

Follow-up to Continuous Improvement & Management of change from Akshay's blog

It was really good experience while doing PMA. Learned a lot of things basics from how to search library catalog to referencing. I came across so many things, which are totally new for me. When I started working on assignment I didn’t know what I am going to write and how it will look like, but as I started writing and searching books related to topic unconsciously interest was created, and I started searching more and more information about the subject.

As I mentioned I searched a lot of things so at the end it went difficult for me to compress all those words in 3000 words, but I think I did well, lets hope for the best. The last part of the assignment was about how EFQM helps to drive continuous improvement. There are so many things which shows that the EFQM really helps to drive continuous improvement as it has is a holistic approach of self-assessment. The main nine criteria’s of model tells us all about the process and how to categories them in an appropriate way.

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