SUPPORT OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND BALANCED SCORECARD IN THE INTEGRATION OF NORMATIVE, STRATEGIC AND OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT


Stevan Zivojinovic , Andrej Stanimirovic

Abstract: Taking into consideration the problems of strategy implementation, as well as problems of external adaptation and internal integration in the enterprise, through the prism of the application of advanced management concept s, primarily - the quality management system (QMS) and the balanced scorecard (BSC), leads to the opportunity to increase the integration of organizational levels of decision making and management. Understanding the support of the QMS and BSC in relationsh ip coordination - business strategy, organizational structure and culture, is reflected in the integration and process management dimensions: 1) the existence of a hierarchical order of the strategic actions (from vision and mission, to strategy and object ives, to key success factors and key performance indicators), 2) action of various coordination mechanisms, formalization and standardization of the organizational structure and process and 3) consistent understanding and values of members of the organization, which provides efficient control of behavior, coordination and implementation of policy and company goals. Implementation of concepts of QMS and BSC will provide greater compatibility and coherence of the normative, strategic and operational management, which will lead to more successful business, enterprise development and the satisfaction of all stakeholders.

Keywords: Quality Management System, Balance Scorecard, normative, strategic and operational management, business strategy, organizational structure and culture

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Recieved:   Accepted:   UDC: 681.3:658.56

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