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Volume 290, 20199th International Conference on Manufacturing Science and Education – MSE 2019 “Trends in New Industrial Revolution”
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Quality Engineering and Management|
|Published online||21 August 2019|
Process improvement cost management in the quality management system of an industrial enterprise
1 College of Economics & Industrial Management, NUST MISIS, Russia, 119049, Moscow
2 Branch Economy Department, Moscow Polytechnic University, Russia, 107023, Moscow
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Modern enterprise management focuses on the principles and requirements of ISO 9000 standards. At present, the quality management of an organization is viewed as a system of interrelated processes aimed, firstly, at satisfying and anticipating consumer demands and, secondly, at improving the efficiency of work based on leadership of managers and active use of continuous improvement methods. Analysis and accounting of production costs must be carried out based on concepts and methods of quality management using a systematic approach. Quality is determined by several its components, forming a so-called quality loop. Quality is embedded in products from the very beginning and is controlled at all stages. A quality product is obtained only if the necessary requirements are met at all stages. Quality begins with research needs. This is the most important stage in the life cycle of any product, since it is on it that the overall design of the product is decided, the image is formed, the most common characteristics are determined. The proposed approach allows identifying and comprehensively representing the cost accounting process. The use of resource management activities at the enterprise allows reducing the share of material costs in the total costs of production and increases the efficiency of the organization.
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