Contrast of a Quality Control Model for Sustainability in a Mexican Organization in Central Mexico

Contrast of a Quality Control Model for Sustainability in a Mexican Organization in Central Mexico ( Vol-2,Issue-6,November - December 2017 )

Author: Javier Carreón-Guillén, Arturo Sánchez-Sánchez, Héctor Daniel Molina-Ruiz, María de Lourdes Elena García-Vargas, Stephani M. Rojano-Chávez

ijeab doi crossref DOI: 10.22161/ijeab/2.6.18

Keyword: Client omission, Control strategy, Logistics mistake, Wrong delivery.

Abstract: Often, the total quality has been instrumented before being weighted. The strategies even precede a diagnosis in Mexican organizations, but in an opposite sense, the present work set out to establish the reliability and validity of an instrument to measure the perception of total quality based on three indicators related to management. , production and transfer of knowledge. A nonperimental study was carried out with a non-probabilistic selection of 124 administrative staff and employees from an organization in central Mexico. From a structural model ⌠X2 = 123,24 (23df) p = 0,010; GFI = 0,990; CFI =,991; IFI = 0,993; RMSEA = 0,007⌡, it was found that management affects production (0,38) and this about the total perceived quality (0,35), although there are lines of research concerning empathy, commitment, entrepreneurship, satisfaction and happiness in relation to the implementation of continuous improvements to the quality of processes and products.

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