Introduction to Quality Management System

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ISO 9001 Quality Management System is the world’s most popular management system standard. It is based on the plan-do-check-act methodology and provides a process-oriented approach to documenting and reviewing the structure, responsibilities, and procedures required to achieve effective quality management in an organization. It provides a framework for consistent performance, reliable service and long-term continuous improvement. With the knowledge on the quality management system, the program leads can execute and deliver the requirements in the services and operations effectively.

Ms. Jubie is a multi awarded and season productivity and quality practitioner. She is the current President of the President of Luzon Society for Quality and Productivity Inc. and Immediate Past President of the Quality and Productivity Association of the Philippines (QPAP).


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19 Reviews on “Introduction to Quality Management System

  1. Thank you for this free webinar. It was very informative and it helps me to understand more the importance of QMS in one’s organization. I will surely take my learnings in my next job. More power!

  2. The speaker was able to relay her knowledge about the topic to her audience in a comprehensive approach. Presentation is easy to understand.

  3. Thank you very much Miss Jubie and Ask Lex PH for this course. The QMS was clearly introduced and I am very much interested to the topic and to learn more.

  4. I really learned many valuable topics and insights related to Quality Management System. Thank you Ask Lex PH and Ms. Jubie S. Tamayo for providing us this wonderful opportunity to fully understand why Quality Management is important in any organization and what are the principles of QMS that we needed to know.

  5. Thank you so much. I learned a lot and I greatly appreciate the part where the verification for the Quality Management System we’re discussed, that there is a first, second, and third-party audit.