A systematic approach to management is an integral criterion for the success of doing business
Any organization can be viewed as a system that constantly interacts with the outside world. It can consist of subsystems that are closely interconnected.
Interaction with the external environment is regulated through a field of knowledge such as management, and can be represented in the following sequence:
- Analysis of information about the market in which the company operates.
- Analysis of information about the internal organization of the company.
- Decision making by the company management on the basis of processing the information of the first two stages, and reporting it as an appropriate order or order to its subordinates.
- Motivation of employees (moral and material).
- The fulfillment of the task set by the manager to achieve one of the company's main goals is to increase the company's competitiveness.
- Evaluation of the impact of the goal on changes in the market situation and internal structure of the enterprise.
A systematic approach to management enablesunderstand that ensuring the effectiveness of the existence of any organization should not be achieved by a separate structural element of the company, but in the close interconnection of the common system.
System approach to quality managementprovides for a set of appropriate methods, organizational structure, resources and processes that are necessary to implement quality management in general.
When using this approach, it is necessarydetermine the subjects and objects of the process. Thus, a systematic approach to management as a whole of the enterprise provides for the existence of a set of special governing bodies (entities) and processes using material, technical and information facilities (facilities). Of no small importance in this management process is the company's competitiveness, as well as the company's policy in the field of quality control and its continuous improvement.
A systematic approach to managing an organizationprovides, like any other management, the development of management decisions and the ways of their implementation. To achieve high efficiency in the use of certain management methods, enterprise management must clearly determine the factors that have the greatest impact on achieving a positive result.
So, if we talk specifically about qualityproduction, the important role here is played by the achievement of its desired level at the production and non-production stages of the creation of such products. If certain deviations from the planned indicators are identified, it is necessary to timely adjust management measures and direct their impact on the "weak" places in production.
As mentioned above, a systematic approach tomanagement should provide for the integrated implementation of technical, organizational, social and economic activities to achieve the goals and ensure the competitiveness of the company. This system should cover technical devices, information databases and, of course, teams of people.
In conditions of instability of the modern marketoften before the subjects of management there is a problematic issue of the production of cheap products. That is why the leaders of such companies should respond in a timely manner to the actual market demand and, at the same time, do not significantly reduce the quality of products. Only if these conditions are met will an equilibrium be achieved in such indicators as competitiveness and expediency of production. At all times the success of any entrepreneurial activity directly depended on the quality of the products in comparison with its price.
A system approach to management can be effectively implemented using the world experience in this area.