publication . Article . 2011

Blast management

Shouraki, Mohammad Kargar; Naserkheil, Ali Asghar;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2011
  • Publisher: Видавництво Львівської політехніки
  • Country: Ukraine
Abstract
Blast Management (BM) is composed of the combination of human resources management (HRM) principles and concepts and various methods of quality management (QM) with a financial approach. BM is made up of three aspects: hard, soft and concept and BLAST means an explosive shift in organization's mindset and thought and rapid action against it. The first aspect, hard, includes a set of managerial toots and philosophies to improve the quality and productivity with a financial approach.
Subjects
free text keywords: BSC (Balanced Scorecard), Lean Manufacturing, ABC/M (Activity-Based Costing/ Management), Six Sigma and TQM (Total Quality Management), HRM (Human Resource Management)
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