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Question 1
Identify and discuss in detail five quality management and continuous improvement theories.
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Question 2
What does Kotter’s 8-Step change model tell us about transformational change for businesses?
Discuss your answer in a paragraph.












Question 3
What is the diffusion of innovation theory and why might a manager implementing an innovation be
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Question 4
What is the purpose of the ISO 9000 Standards for Quality Management and what standards are
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Question 5
What is cost-benefit analysis and what is it best used for? In your response outline, how you
complete a cost-benefit analysis


Question 6
Discuss the concept of a learning organisation in one paragraph.




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Question 7
Why is the concept of shared vision an essential component of a learning organisation?

Question 8
Discuss the concept of team learning in relation to a learning organisation.



Question 9
Identify and outline three different sustainability practices that are now common in Australian
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Question 10
Provide a definition of risk as identified in the Australia/New Zealand Standard for Risk Management
(AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009)


Question 11
Discuss the concept of risk management. Outline the factors that make a risk management system
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Question 12
In your own words, describe the seven steps in the risk management process as outlined in AS/NZS
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Manage innovation & continuous improvement
Manage innovation & continuous improvement
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Question 3    4
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Question 1
    Kaizen: "Becoming better" or also known as "nonstop improvement." This is cultures which have to be changed and adopted by organizations. It uses personal inspiration and originality to identify issues and then develops and implements ideas to easily solve them. Kaizen philosophy says that everything will be improved moreover everything works better and more efficiently.
    Quality circles: This is a set of strategies that limit defects, variability, and consistency. Its two project methods - DMAIC (definition, measurement, analysis, improvement, control) and DMADV (definition, measurement, analysis, design, verification) are based on the Deming's Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle.
    Six Sigma: This represents a philosophy that focuses on the statistical improvements in business processes. Six Sigma also advocates qualitative measurement success rather than qualitative labeling.
    Total Quality Management: Total quality management includes the organization's efforts in order to install as well as create enduring climate, and the organization continues to improve its skill to deliver high quality services to its customers.
    Lean: Establishing a lean quality management system is the focus of attention - less is more! Increasing attention means finding key minority metrics that will keep all employees focused on the most important aspects of the business and its customers. Focusing on quality management means focusing all work centers on throughput, which is one of the main needs of any company. Loss due to planned maintenance, unplanned maintenance, defects, rework, delays, and process effectiveness reduces throughput. The higher precision of the individual balancing process allows for better control of these losses and increases overall throughput.
Question 2
    Increase urgency: To achieve change, it would be helpful if the entire company really wanted it. This might help to inspire the initial motivation to make things change. Building team: Without this, negative thinkers can hurt progress. Develop the vision: When managers first think about change, there might be several ideas and solutions. Communicate for buy-in: After creating an organization, how to deal with the organization's vision will determine success. Messages can compete strongly with other daily based communications within the organization, so employees need to easily communicate forcefully and frequently and embed them in everything employees do. Empower action: Convincing people to change is required. This often requires very strong leadership and clear support from the key personnel in the organization. Create short term wins: Nothing is more motivating than success. Let company win the battle as early as possible in the process of change. Create short-term goals and not just a long-term goal. Don’t let up: Make sure your organizational processes are in place and aligned with the overall organizational vision. Make change stick: Make sure that change is the integral part of the organizational culture as well as visible in all organization.
Question 3
    
E.M. Rogers in the year 1962 Rogers developed diffusion of innovation theory. A contact with a particular population or social system through a contact or product arises from the conversation and how it spreads (or spreads) from the conversation. The ultimate result of this
oadcast is that all people accept new behaviors, ideas, or products like a part of a social system. This is because adoption means that one person has something different than before (i.e., buying and using innovative product, receiving new behavior and so on). Adopted key is that all people need to consider thoughts, behaviors or products as new or innovative....
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