Quality Management System's (QMS) impact on organizational performance of the college academic deans: a basis for continual improvement
Among the most important characteristics that distinguish a community from other communities is its ability to manage institutions and vital programs, not only effectively, but fairly innovative. This descriptive study assessed the elements of quality management system as performed by the college academic deans at colleges/universities located in Quezon City, Philippines where they were connected. The key issues the study examined include the impact of the elements of quality management as performed by the college/university academic deans that affect their performances.
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