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2008 | No. 11 | 161-170
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Macroergonomic aspects of a quality management system

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A sociotechnical system, which a company is, is an anthropocentric system. The article presents the notions related to elements which constitute a sociotechnical system and selected elements of that system's management. One of management tools, which can be used in this aspect, is a quality management system, which takes three subject matters into consideration: a customer, the highest board of managers and a personnel. These subjects contribute to formation of elements of a management system, because each group has definite requirements included in the system.
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161-170
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Bibliogr. 20 poz.
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  • Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Management Engineering
Bibliografia
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