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Pass the ASQ CMQ/OE Exam with Confidence – Part III (Arabic)

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What is covered in this course?

This course is fully aligned with the updated ASQ CMQ/OE Body of Knowledge ( FIFTH EDITION 2021 )

ASQ CMQ/OE Certification Prep. Course-Part III. Management Elements and Methods 

A. Management Skills and Abilities

1. Principles of management

Evaluate and use basic management principles such as planning, leading, delegating, controlling, organizing, and allocating resources. (Evaluate)

2. Management theories and styles

Define and describe management theories such as scientific, organizational, behavioral, learning, systems thinking, and situational complexity. Define and describe management styles such as autocratic, participative, transactional, transformational, management by fact, coaching, and contingency approach. Describe how management styles are influenced by an organization’s size, industry sector, culture, and competitors. (Apply)

3. Interdependence of functional areas

Describe the interdependence of an organization’s areas (human resources, engineering, sales, marketing, finance, research and development, purchasing, information technology, logistics, production, and service) and how those dependencies and relationships influence processes and outputs. (Understand)

4. Human resources (HR) management

Apply HR elements in support of ongoing professional development and role in the quality system: setting goals and objectives, conducting performance evaluations, developing recognition programs, and ensuring that succession plans are in a place where appropriate. (Apply)

5.  Financial management

Read, interpret, and use various financial tools, including income statements, balance sheets, and product/service cost structures. Manage budgets and use the language of cost and profitability to communicate with senior management. Use potential return on investment (ROI), estimated return on assets (ROA), net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR), and portfolio analysis to analyze project risk, feasibility, and priority. (Analyze)

6.  Risk management

Identify the kinds of risk that can occur throughout the organ­ization, from such diverse processes as scheduling, shipping/ receiving, financials, production and operations, employee and user safety, regulatory compliance, and changes. (Apply)

7.  Knowledge management (KM)

Use KM techniques in identifying core competencies that cre­ ate a culture and system for collecting and sharing implicit and explicit knowledge among workers, stakeholders, competitors, and suppliers. Capture lessons learned and apply them across the organization to promote best practices. Identify typical knowledge-sharing barriers and how to overcome them. (Apply)

B.   Communication Skills and Abilities

1.  Communication techniques

Define and apply various modes of communication used within organizations, such as verbal, nonverbal, written, and visual.

Identify factors that can inhibit clear communication and describe ways of overcoming them. (Apply)

2.  Interpersonal skills

Use skills in empathy, tact, friendliness, and objectivity. Use open ­minded and nonjudgmental communication methods. Develop and use a clear writing style, active listening, and questioning and dialogue techniques that support effective communication. (Apply)

3.  Communications in a global economy

Identify key challenges of communicating across different time zones, cultures, languages, terminology, and business practices and present ways of overcoming them. (Apply)

4.  Communications and technology

Identify how technology affects communications, including improved information availability, its influence on interpersonal communications, and etiquette for e­-communications. Deploy appropriate communication methods within virtual teams. (Apply)

C.  Project Management

1.  Project management basics

Use project management methodology and ensure that each project is aligned with strategic objectives. Plan the different phases of a project: initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and closure. Ensure the project is on time and within budget. Consider alternate project management methodologies (linear, evolutionary, or iterative) as they apply to the project. (Evaluate)

2.  Project planning and estimation tools

Use tools such as risk assessment matrix, benefit-­cost analysis, critical path method (CPM), Gantt chart, PERT, and work break­ down structure (WBS) to plan projects and estimate related costs. (Apply)

3.  Measure and monitor project activity

Use tools such as cost variance analysis, milestones, and actual versus planned budgets to monitor project activity against the project plan. (Evaluate)

4.  Project documentation

Use written procedures and project summaries to document projects. (Apply)

D.  Quality System

1.  Quality mission and policy

Develop and monitor the quality mission and policy and ensure that it is aligned with the organization’s broader mission. (Create)

2.  Quality planning, deployment, and documentation

Develop and deploy the quality plan and ensure that it is documented and accessible throughout the organization. (Create)

3.  Quality system effectiveness

Evaluate the effectiveness of the quality system using various tools: balanced scorecard, internal audits, feedback from internal and external stakeholders (including stakeholder complaints), warranty/return data analytics, product traceability and recall reports, and management reviews. (Evaluate)

E.   Quality Models and Theories

1.  Quality management standards

Describe and apply the requirements and basic principles of the ISO 9000–based standards used to support quality management systems. (Apply)

2.  Performance excellence models

Define and describe common elements and criteria of performance excellence models such as the European Excellence Award (EFQM), Excellence Canada, ASQ International Team Excellence Award (ITEA), or Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (MBNQA). Describe how their criteria are used as management models to improve processes at an organizational level. (Understand)

3.  Other quality methodologies

Describe and differentiate methods such as total quality management (TQM), continuous improvement, and benchmarking. (Apply)

4.  Quality philosophies

Describe and apply basic methodologies and theories proposed by quality leaders such as Shewhart, Deming, Juran, Crosby, Feigenbaum, and Ishikawa. (Apply)

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Remember: Recall or recognize terms, definitions, facts, ideas, materials, patterns, sequences, methods, principles.

Understand: Read and understand descriptions, communications, reports, tables, diagrams, directions, regulations.

Apply: Know when and how to use ideas, procedures, methods, formulas, principles, theories.

Analyze: Break down information into its constituent parts and recognize their relationship to one another and how they are organized; identify sub-level factors or salient data from a complex scenario.

Evaluate: Make judgments about the value of proposed ideas, solutions, et cetera, by comparing the proposal to specific criteria or standards.

Create: Put parts or elements together in such a way as to reveal a pattern or structure not clearly there before; identify which data or information from a complex set is appropriate to examine further or from which supported conclusions can be drawn.


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What Will You Learn?

  • Improved knowledge, skills, and abilities qualify you for more positions within modern business industries that require demonstrated competency in quality .
  • Lead and champion process improvement initiatives in organizations that can have regional or global focus in a variety of product or service settings.
  • Lead team efforts to establish and monitor customer/supplier relations; support strategic planning and deployment initiatives.
  • How to Pass the Certified Manager of Quality / Organizational Excellence (CMQ/OE) exam Successfully.

Course Content

Course Content

  • A. Management Skills and Abilities : 1. Principles of management
  • A. Management Skills and Abilities : 2. Management theories and styles
  • A. Management Skills and Abilities : 3. Interdependence of functional areas
  • A. Management Skills and Abilities : 4. Human resources (HR) management
  • A. Management Skills and Abilities : 5. Financial management
  • A. Management Skills and Abilities : 6. Risk management
  • A. Management Skills and Abilities : 7. Knowledge management (KM)
  • B. Communication Skills and Abilities : 1. Communication techniques
  • B. Communication Skills and Abilities : 2. Interpersonal skills
  • B. Communication Skills and Abilities : 3. Communications in a global economy
  • B. Communication Skills and Abilities : 4. Communications and technology
  • C. Project Management : 1. Project management basics
  • C. Project Management : 2. Project planning and estimation tools
  • C. Project Management : 3. Measure and monitor project activity
  • C. Project Management : 4. Project documentation
  • D.  Quality System : 1.  Quality mission and policy
  • D.  Quality System : 2.  Quality planning, deployment, and documentation
  • D.  Quality System : 3.  Quality system effectiveness
  • E.   Quality Models and Theories : 1.  Quality management standards
  • E.   Quality Models and Theories : 2.  Performance excellence models
  • E.   Quality Models and Theories : 3.  Other quality methodologies
  • E.   Quality Models and Theories : 4.  Quality philosophies

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