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Object-oriented Quality and Risk Management (OQRM)

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“A holistic approach”
Mária Dologová, Slovakia

“It’s fresh”
Ethem Yurtseven, Turkey

“I think the model is one of the best ways to reasonably work with quality”
Miquel Joaquin Calvo, Spain

“The model is very intuitive. You don't need to be a whiz kid to understand it”
Tirza König, participant workshop

“I know of no model where the target can be reached with similar or lower costs”
Peter Struijs, quality manager Statistics Netherlands.

“The book looks conveniently arranged and easy accessible.”
Bernadette van Pampus, BVP Organisatieadvies, Amsterdam.

“The OQRM appears to be an interesting model that could help practitioners take interactions among organizational systems into account when they plan/make changes. I can think of no reason why the OQRM model would not be applicable to other organizational systems.”
Victor Sower, Ph.D., C.Q,E., Author of the textbook “Essentials of Quality” and Senior Member of the American Society for Quality.

“It is a clear story. My compliments for the development of the model which is applicable in many areas.”
Drs. Gosse van der Veen, Director-General Statistics Netherlands.

“I am excited to hear about your work and find the application of your generic model to the data domain very promising.”
Prof. Dr. Boris Otto, Head of Competence Center Corporate Data Quality, Institute of Information Management, University of St. Gallen.

“I found your contribution on integrating quality and risk management of great interest.”
Ron S. Kenett, Ph.D., President of The Israel Statistical Association, Research Professor at University of Turin, Italy Chairman and CEO of the KPA Group.

“I wish you even more successful uses of the method.”
Fabrizio Ruggeri, Editor-in-Chief of Encyclopedia of Statistics in Quality and Reliability, Research Director of Istituto di Matematica Applicata e Tecnologie Informatiche, Milano, Italy.

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The model looks sound and adaptable for any organization.  The model could be a means of structuring an organizational management system that can then be used to add value and prevent loss while conforming to the national and international management systems standard ISO 9001. I very much like the broad definition of quality as it applies to all objects of the organization
John R. Broomfield, Senior Vice President Quality Management International, Inc, Centreville, Virginia, USA.