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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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The effect of an integrated quality management system on a leading fish product manufacturer : a pre-implementation viability study

Van Heerden, Mattheus Johannes 22 January 2014 (has links)
There are many optimistic and pessimistic views on integrated quality management systems based on international standards. Many businesses have not benefited in terms of operational, quality or business performance, while many others have indicated that the implementation of integrated quality management systems based on an international system standard or other standards has led to improved operational performance and quality, which in turn has resulted in improved business results. The main research problem is therefore to identify the effect of an IQMS on a fishing company and, secondly, to determine whether such a system is compatible with the fishing industry as a whole. By addressing these questions, a perception of the value of an IQMS for the fishing company under study was be obtained. The main research question was: “What is the effect of an integrated quality management system on a leading fish product manufacturer Different research approaches were used to determining the value of such an IQMS in a leading fish product manufacture. The study confirmed that the IQMS has a positive effect on the fish product manufacturer. / Business Management / M. Tech. (Business Administration)
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The effect of an integrated quality management system on a leading fish product manufacturer : a pre-implementation viability study

Van Heerden, Mattheus Johannes 06 1900 (has links)
There are many optimistic and pessimistic views on integrated quality management systems based on international standards. Many businesses have not benefited in terms of operational, quality or business performance, while many others have indicated that the implementation of integrated quality management systems based on an international system standard or other standards has led to improved operational performance and quality, which in turn has resulted in improved business results. The main research problem is therefore to identify the effect of an IQMS on a fishing company and, secondly, to determine whether such a system is compatible with the fishing industry as a whole. By addressing these questions, a perception of the value of an IQMS for the fishing company under study was be obtained. The main research question was: “What is the effect of an integrated quality management system on a leading fish product manufacturer Different research approaches were used to determining the value of such an IQMS in a leading fish product manufacture. The study confirmed that the IQMS has a positive effect on the fish product manufacturer. / Business Management / M. Tech. (Business Administration)
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Farmářské trhy jako návrat k tradici / Farmer's marketplaces as a restoration of tradition

ANDRLOVÁ, Lucie January 2013 (has links)
The theoretical part of this thesis defines the terms distribution and marketplaces. It is also concerned with the agricultural production of the Czech Republic and the quality of products on the Czech market. In the closing part there is a detailed description of farmer's marketplaces in the Czech Republic from 2009 until now and also the problematic aspects related to this kind of sale and its grant support. The practical part is based on intended aims, hypothesis and used methodology, and describes the course of farmer's marketplaces in two surveyed locations (South Bohemia and Prague) on various levels. It deals with an inspection of these farmer's marketplaces by the surveillance authorities of the Czech Republic, a complete analysis of these marketplaces, and a comparison of chosen marketplaces which were visited by the author of this work. Next is an evaluation of a questionnaire survey upon which the consumers' stance to this type of sale is being based. This includes people who do shop at these marketplaces as well as people who do not. In the end of the practical part all gained data are gathered, possible improvements are suggested, and the possible future development of this type of sale is proposed.

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