Structuring Processes

A similar approach is also applicable to maintaining and improving an existing quality management system. A library that the previous approach generates confidence in the ability of their processes and the quality of its services and provides a basis for continuous improvement. This can lead to an increase of the satisfaction of users and other stakeholders and to the success of the organization. Key benefits: Integration and alignment of processes that will best achieve the desired results. The ability to focus its efforts on the main processes. Provide confidence to interested parties in the coherence, effectiveness and efficiency of the library.

The application of the principle of system approach is implemented by means of: Structuring a system to achieve the objectives of the library in the most effective and efficient way. Understand existing interdependencies between different processes on the system. Structured approaches that harmonize and integrate processes. Provide a better interpretation of the roles and responsibilities necessary for the attainment of the common objectives, and thus reduce cross-functional barriers. Understand organizational capabilities and to establish the resource constraints before acting. Define and establish objective how that should work the specific activities within the system.

Continuously improve the system through measurement and evaluation. Principle 6 improvement continues the continuous improvement in the overall performance of the library should be a permanent objective of this. This implies: the continuous improvement of the system of quality management is to increase the likelihood of increasing the satisfaction of users and other interested parties. The following are actions aimed at improvement: to) analysis and assessment of the existing situation to identify areas for improvement; (b) the establishment of targets for improvement; (c) the search for possible solutions to achieve the objectives; (d) the assessment of these solutions and their selection; (e) the implementation of the selected solution; (f) the measurement, verification, analysis and evaluation of the results of the implementation to determine objectives; have been achieved (g) the formalization of changes.

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