Management aims to control quality and risks, but it often does not know where to start. Preferably, it should not be too complex, nor should it take up too much time, but it must make sense. Moreover, management would like to start small and possibly build on it further, at a later time. The Object-oriented Quality and Risk Management (OQRM) model described in this book seeks to address this need.
The purpose of the book is to enable managers to apply this model in their organizations. The OQRM model is generic in the way it is set up and it may be applied in any organization, at any level and on any scale. The model will help to systematically adopt the right measures. It integrates quality and risk management and furthermore, it meets the need for customization.
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