World Quality Day is celebrated every year on the second Thursday of November. This year, it will be celebrated on November 11. It is created to increase worldwide awareness about the essential contribution that quality makes towards both organizational and national growth. World Quality Day is perfect to get people talking about quality, and the value it adds to the business.
“Quality is not what happens when what you do matches your intentions. It is what happens when what you do matches your customers expectations.” – Guaspari
History of World Quality Day
The concept of World Quality Day was first introduced by the United Nations in the year 1990 to increase awareness of the important role that quality plays in securing nations’ prosperity. Quality is about making organizations perform for their stakeholders – from improving products, services, systems, and processes, to making sure that the whole structure is fit and efficient. Building a reputation for quality is important for several reasons, including Customer Satisfaction, Reputation, Reaching the standards, Reducing costs, and increasing profitability. Organizations can use quality measures to implement innovations and improvements to their operations. It includes
- Process analysis and enhancement
- Problem diagnosis and development tools
- Managing continual improvement
- Specifying, developing and designing processes, products, and services.
Overall, it provides an opportunity for organizations to mark their achievements and show how good quality approaches can make a substantial impact on business.
Other Celebrations on November 11
November 11 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate the Day
The best way to celebrate the day is by working with your corporate leaders to build a plan for improving quality in your business. Working with organized events will make you collaborate with organizations all over the world to bring a greater level of quality to your industry. Share your thoughts on social media about the importance of World Quality Day by using the hashtag #WorldQualityDay or #WQD20.
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