National Quality Week
National Quality Week
This is today an opportunity for those interested in the quality of professionals, enterprises and organizations in various parts of the world to celebrate what they have achieved from the achievements and work to increase awareness of how to do quality work Mahssush changes in business results methods.
It is not surprising that nations concerned with the issue of quality and mastery of work, so the United Nations adopted in 1990 to allocate a global day of quality in order to increase global awareness Bohimh quality and its contribution to the upgrading of the countries and organizations, and walked developed countries to this approach where became devoted a day of quality or a week of quality, This was identified today the second Thursday of November each year.
The Council has organized seven weeks of national quality, namely:
1. First National Quality Week in the period from 8-14 November 2008 under the banner of (our goal perfection).
2. Second National Quality Week in the period from 7-13 November 2009 under the slogan (Quality is everyone's responsibility).
3. Third National Quality Week in the period of 6-11 November 2010 under the slogan (our quality and excellence our goal).
4. Fourth National Quality Week in the period from 19 to 25 November 2011 under the slogan m (pursuit of excellence) (Click here to view the events of this week).
5. Fifth National Quality Week in the period from 8 to 18 November 2012 under the banner of (quality: your way to achieve competitive advantage) (Click here for the events this week)
6. Sixth National Quality Week in the period from November 9 to 15, 2013 under the slogan of (cooperation makes the difference) (Click here for the events this week)
7. Seventh National Quality Week in the period from November 8 to 14, 2014 under the slogan (to build together a world of quality) (Click here for the events this week)
8. National Quality Week 8 of the period from 7 to 13 November, 2015 under the slogan of (quality our way towards global institutional sustainability) (Click here for the events this week)