Total Improvement Management

Total Improvement Management is a concept promoted by Dr. H. James Harrington, CEO of Harrington Institute Inc.

He identifies Total Quality Management (TQM), Total Resource Management (TRM), Total Cost Management (TCM), Total Productivity Management (Tpmgmt), and Total Technology Management (TTM) as five improvement movements competing for the scarce budget resources of an organization. To aid management decision making in this competitive situation, an improvement pyramid is advocated by Harrington.



Article by Harrington
http://www.harrington-institute.com/knowledge-objects/methodologies/total-improvement-management-system-for-the-organization.pdf

2 page brochure
http://www.harrington-institute.com/knowledge-objects/methodologies/harrington-institute-methodology-total-improvement-management.pdf

Determination of Optimum Productivity Improvement Programs: Total Productivity Based Model
Mohamed Zaki Ramadan,
http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/mramadan/Publication/Determination%20of%20the%20Optimum%20Productivity%20Improvement%20Programs.pdf

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