Traditional quality management approaches (QMS, work process design, etc.) can help companies reduce the risk for errors, but they do little in terms of creating additional value.
Building a Culture of Quality, however, can both reduce errors and help companies unlock new sources of value through improved customer experience and employee productivity. Unfortunately for many organizations, there is a big opportunity to improve. More than 60% of employees indicate their companies have a weak Culture of Quality.
CEB’s article in a recent issue of Harvard Business Review discusses the key factors that drive quality as a cultural value as well as successful tactics from companies like Seagate and Wrigley.
In a Culture of Quality, employees “live” quality in all their actions, beyond the rules laid out for them.
Our new infographic summarizes this and other findings from CEB’s research, serving as a simple guide for what to keep in mind when strengthening your quality culture.