Intensifies Efforts Towards QCC
The Human Resource Development and Quality (HRDQ) Unit of the Chief Minister's
Department recently organized a half-day interactive discourse with the winners
of the National Quality Control Circle (QCC) Convention 2001. About 100 staff
of state agencies in Sarawak, who had undergone the QCC training and workshops,
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Dr. Razali Abon, Director of HRDQ Unit, graced the occasion and shared his
views on, among others, the importance of teamwork in any organization. "Working
in teams has become a culture in any organization , which emphasizes on intense
cooperation and collaboration. Teams with the right composition and sufficient
trust among members can be highly effective under these new circumstances",
The Quality Control Circle is based on the concept of participative management
, which is built on the philosophy that every employee in the organization should
be given the opportunity to make meaningful contributions towards the attainment
of organizational goals.
The State government continues to promote the formation of QCCs at agency level.
Among the programs that were carried out were three sessions of two-day QCC
awareness trainings for agencies that have not formed any QCC and three sessions
of five-day workshops for active QCCs.