MUSCAT : The Public Establishment for Industrial Estates – Madayn, represented by Madayn Industrial Academy, organised a workshop on the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) Excellence Model and the Japanese Kaizen Strategy as part of a series of workshops held along the lines of the agreement signed by Madayn with the European Business Centre for Training and Development to lay the groundwork for Madayn to obtain ‘Committed to Excellence – C2E’ certification.
Dr. Khamis Al Muniri, Director General of Madayn Industrial Academy, stated that the programme aims at disseminating continuous improvement concept and practices (Kaizen) and enhancing comprehensive quality and application of EFQM standards in Madayn. “Achieving these shall qualify Madayn to obtain European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) Certification through organising a series of workshops to spread awareness on Kaizen and EFQM within Madayn and gear Madayn up for the excellence award,” Al Muniri pointed out.
Delivered by Dr. Munthir Al Qaderi of the European Business Centre, a workshop was delivered to highlight several related topics including an introduction to the project, its components and the action plan. The workshop also reviewed the theoretical background related to quality, development, change, continuous improvement, maintenance management, and waste management at the work environment.
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This workshop came as part of an extensive programme that will continue for one year to disseminate advanced awareness on the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) Excellence Model and the Japanese Kaizen Strategy within Madayn. It should be noted that the academy had earlier organised a meeting with the director generals at Madayn’s head office and the industrial cities on these models.