Volume 12 Number 3 Year - 2018

Number of articles: 14



DETERMINANTS OF ISO 9001 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM EFFECTIVENESS AMONGST ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN MALAYSIA

Authors: Mohd Rizaimy Shaharudin, Siti Fairuza Hassam, Jamaludin Akbar, Nik Ramli Nik Abdul Rashid, Noor Fatihah Natashabih Mohd Noor

Abstract: The study aims to investigate the critical factors that influence the effectiveness of the ISO 9001 Quality Management System (QMS) amongst electrical and electronics (E&E) manufacturing firms in Malaysia. Data were gathered from a survey of respondents from eighty-eight E&E manufacturing firms in Malaysia. The results signify that there are positive and significant influences of internal motivation on the continuous improvement, internal motivation on the prevention of non-conformities, employee attributes on the customer satisfaction, employee attributes on the prevention of non-conformities, and top management commitment on the continuous improvement. However, the study found positive and insignificant relationships between the internal motivation with the customer satisfaction, employee attributes with the continuous improvement, top management commitment with the customer satisfaction, and top management commitment with the prevention of non-conformities. The theory, practical, and literature implications of these findings are further discussed.

Keywords: ISO 9001 QMS, Internal Motivation, Employee Attributes, Top Management Commitment, Effectiveness

DOI: 10.18421/IJQR12.03-07

Article info: pp. 655-676

Recieved: 21.02.2018  Accepted: 28.06.2018  UDC: 005.6:658.4(595)   Downloads: 69


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