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Towards an Islamic quality management model

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Towards an Islamic quality management model. / Al-Zamany, Y.; Dulaimi, M.; Hoddell, S.; Savage, Barbara.

ISO 9000 & TQM for 2000+: proceedings of the 5th international conference on ISO 9000 & TQM. ed. / S. Ho; C. Chee Leong. Hong Kong Baptist University, 2000. (ISO 9000 series standards: total quality management).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Al-Zamany, Y, Dulaimi, M, Hoddell, S & Savage, B 2000, Towards an Islamic quality management model. in S Ho & C Chee Leong (eds), ISO 9000 & TQM for 2000+: proceedings of the 5th international conference on ISO 9000 & TQM. ISO 9000 series standards: total quality management, Hong Kong Baptist University.

APA

Al-Zamany, Y., Dulaimi, M., Hoddell, S., & Savage, B. (2000). Towards an Islamic quality management model. In S. Ho, & C. Chee Leong (Eds.), ISO 9000 & TQM for 2000+: proceedings of the 5th international conference on ISO 9000 & TQM (ISO 9000 series standards: total quality management). Hong Kong Baptist University.

Vancouver

Al-Zamany Y, Dulaimi M, Hoddell S, Savage B. Towards an Islamic quality management model. In Ho S, Chee Leong C, editors, ISO 9000 & TQM for 2000+: proceedings of the 5th international conference on ISO 9000 & TQM. Hong Kong Baptist University. 2000. (ISO 9000 series standards: total quality management).

Author

Al-Zamany, Y. ; Dulaimi, M. ; Hoddell, S. ; Savage, Barbara. / Towards an Islamic quality management model. ISO 9000 & TQM for 2000+: proceedings of the 5th international conference on ISO 9000 & TQM. editor / S. Ho ; C. Chee Leong. Hong Kong Baptist University, 2000. (ISO 9000 series standards: total quality management).

Bibtex

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