Accession Number : ADA320286
Title : Quality Air Force in the 21st Century: Technology and Innovation. 1996 Quality Air Force Symposium.
Corporate Author : AIR FORCE QUALITY INST MAXWELL AFB AL
PDF Url : ADA320286
Report Date : OCT 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 448
Abstract : The 1996 QAF Symposium Proceedings contain 43 papers written by Air Force personnel on various aspects of quality and abstracts from 19 team presentations. Paper topics include: (1) A Team for the Future: Success in the Cheyenne Mountain Complex; (2) Transforming a Left-Brain Organization into the 21st Century; (3) Unit Self Assessment; (4) The Air Force Reserve Funds Control Vision; (5) Using New Technology to Collect and Spread Best Practices in Air Combat Command; (6) Experimental Learning; (7) TQM: Manufacturing vs. Services; (8) It's Time to Think About Values First; (9) Using Technology to Enhance Organizational Analysis; (10) Turning the Air Force Into A Learning Organization; (11) The Integrated Annual Planning Model; (12) 147th Communications Flight Workload Control System; (13) Statistical Process Control: The Link to Quality In Daily Operations; (14) Into the 21st Century with Strategic Planning; (15) Organizational Change Done Structurally; (16) Certification: Ensuring Quality is Deployed to the Lowest Level; (17) Using the Integration Definition for Function Modeling in Air Force Work Methods Improvement; (18) Innovation in Rewards and Recognition: A Systems Approach; (19) Quality Approach: The Right Start for a USA; (20) Local Innovation with Demmings Fourteen Points; (21) Chaos Theory and the Future of Strategic Planning; (22) Project Quest; (23) Leadership and the Technology Factor; (24) Air Force 2025; (25) Cultural Change and Organizational Development; (26) Action Workout; (27) Less Education and More Training; (28) Action Workout; (29) Surveys; (30) CyberGuard, and many other topics.
Descriptors : *AIR FORCE PERSONNEL, *ORGANIZATION THEORY, *INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY, DATA BASES, AIR FORCE, COMBAT EFFECTIVENESS, SYMPOSIA, MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND CONTROL, LEADERSHIP, AIR FORCE RESEARCH, TEAMS(PERSONNEL), AIR FORCE TRAINING, AERIAL WARFARE, TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT, AIR FORCE PLANNING, CONDITIONING(LEARNING).
Subject Categories : Military Forces and Organizations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE