Identify the quality problems for British Airways.

Identify the quality problems for British Airways.

Total Quality Management (TQM) has an important role in any company; with the implementation of this program, companies can continuously improve their performance. Thus, organizations will be able to considerably meet their internal and external clients’ needs in terms of services and product quality, and develop an efficient and profitable business. The paper below analyzes how this concept was implemented by British Airways, since it is among the first companies to implement such a program.

Anca MADAR, Implementation of total quality management Case study: British Airways, Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Braşov Series V: Economic Sciences • Vol. 8 (57) No. 1 – 2015, Retrieved from


Identify the quality problems for British Airways.

Summarize the implementation of TQM by British Airways and the outcomes.

Provide suggestions to improve implementation and results.

Comment on how effective it would be if British Airways employed Six Sigma techniques.


Use the information provided in the Background readings. Do any additional research as necessary.

Review the information in the British Airways case study and become familiar with the products and processes.

There is no set response to the case questions, so do not hesitate to think outside the box.

It is essential to provide a well-written paper with detailed analysis.

READ the information provided by the resources and references on the Background page. Understand the theory and concept of TQM and Six Sigma.


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British Airways serves the people of the United Kingdom in various ways. These are carrying letters, passengers as well as cargo to and from different parts of the world while being able to serve the six different continents. It is a national carrier that has been able to increase the number of destinations to more than……………………………….


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