QCFI is recognized as the institution representing The Quality Circle Movement In India and has represented the country in several international forums. The organization has successfully implemented Quality concepts under the TQM umbrella across several industry verticals who have experienced a phenomenal enhancement of their work processes and productivity after implementation of Quality Concept Tools.
QCFI is today ONE STOP SOLUTION for all Business Excellence initiatives.
QCFI has been spear-heading in propagation, training and implementation of Quality Concepts for the last 4 decades. We are happy to state that many industries both from Public and Private Sectors have been practising these concepts in their work system. In the last 4-5 year, 5S concepts have been sought by many industries for implementation. QCFI wishes to give a thrust and initiate actions and implementation in emerging industries, who have not come across our forum.
We have already launched a programme on 5S implementation and Certification (Workplace Management) with JUSE (Japanese Union of Scientists and Engineers), JAPAN. We also train on QC, LQC, Kaizen, Six Sigma Projects and problem solving Techniques.
QCFI has a distinctive approach in traditional Business Excellence with hand holding & guidance for practical application.
The uniqueness provides an edge over other consulting organizations. QCFI also is highly cost effective as it is “National Body and Non Profit Organization”.
QCFI represents India in the 14 nation International Committee that has been set up for organizing International conventions on Quality Concept Circle, annually. To date, QCFI has organized three International convention in India. In addition, chapter convention and National convention are held every year where members present case studies and technical papers are discussed by leading Quality Concept Practitioners.
The Coordinating Organizations
|China||China Association for Quality|
|Hong Kong||Hong Kong Productivity Council|
|Japan||Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers|
|Korea||Korean Standards Association|
|Philippines||Quality and Productivity Association of the Philippines|
|Taiwan||The Association of Pioneer Quality Control Research|
|Bangladesh||Bangladesh Society for Total Quality Management|
|India||Quality Circle Forum of India|
|Indonesia||Indonesian Quality Management Association|
|Malaysia||Malaysia Productivity Corporation|
|Mauritius||National Productivity and Competitiveness Council of Mauritius|
|Singapore||Singapore Productivity Association|
|Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Quality & Productivity|
|Thailand||The Association of QC Headquarters of Thailand|
In-house Training and Orientation Programs is QCFI’s main strengths and has conducted numerous such training programs effectively. These in-house programs are based on Quality Circles integrated with TQM and related concepts.
On 31st December 1982 the Quality Circle Forum of India was registered as a non-profit and non-political organization under AP Public Society’s Act with following Objectives.
» To function as a common forum for discussion and dissemination of information related to Quality Circle and other quality concepts as part of TQM
» To assist both individuals and organizations to launch and operate Quality Circles integrated with TQM
» To sponsor research programs to further these concepts.
» To improve, enrich and uplift the quality of work life and provide opportunities for self-development of members of the Quality Circle
» To form chapters representing the QC forum and lay down policy guideline and procedures for their management, administration and proper functioning.
» To cultivate and promote a high standard of ethics amongst its members
» To associate with other National and International organizations engaged in similar pursuits