Arenas of Digitalization

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Digitalization
Lutz Krämer

9 Arenas of Digitalization: Change and the Future

Our series on the 9 arenas of digitalization has so far provided an overview of the diverse tasks, challenges and opportunities that quality managers face in the digitized world of work. But what does all this mean for the status of quality managers in the company? What influence do they have on further development and the future?

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Digitalization
Lutz Krämer

9 Arenas of Digitalization: Context and Morals

The quality policy defines the framework for all quality management activities and processes. In this BloQ article, you will find out why such a quality policy – if it is actually lived in the company – is decisive for sustainable success and must also be morally justifiable.

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Digitalization
Lutz Krämer

9 Arenas of Digitalization: Complex Products

As end consumers, we want one thing above all: products that fulfill the promised purpose, are of better quality than those of the competition and, ideally, are also inexpensive. To make it easier and easier for the consumer, however, it is becoming more and more difficult for the manufacturing company.

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Digitalization
Lutz Krämer

9 Arenas of Digitalization: Protection of Status Quo

With regard to conformity with standards, guidelines and laws, does the quality management have protection of its status quo against any changes and alterations to which other departments of the company are exposed?

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Digitalization
Lutz Krämer

9 Arenas of Digitalization

Digitalization creates completely new tasks and requirements – also in quality management. In this article, Lutz Krämer explains which nine arenas determine the daily work of a quality manager.