• Demonstrate a critical understanding of some of the major international trends and developments in technology and innovation and their relationship to international business

The application of the concepts of Total Quality Management (TQM) and Kaizan has a long history. The recent outbreaks of ‘Quality  control issues, VW software designed to deceive  the regulator/ customer, 100,000’s of car recalls for quality issues and  the explosion of air bags with small metal  parts inside suggest that the application of those  concepts have not been completed

You are required to critically review the impact on quality control  of innovations in continues inspect te4chnology, algorithms and the use of robots in the design and manufacturing stage of product development 

   
The Essay should be based on the following format:


Introduction   (10% of marks and 300 words)

This should provide the objectives, scope, method and the contextualisation of the discussion.

    
    Literature Review and Critical Evaluation (70% of Marks and 2400 words)

        
You are to critically review that implicating for the development of algorithms, self-programming computers and the potential of Robots in the quality control of manufacturing (both hardware and software could be considered)



    Conclusion    (10% of marks and 300 words)

        This should provide ‘end’ statements commenting on the achievement of the objectives stated


    Structure, Presentation and Referencing (10%)






Referencing Requirements
    The Harvard referencing system should be employed




Module Learning Outcome from the Assignment

Upon successful completion of this module students will be able to:

•    Demonstrate a critical understanding of some of the major international trends and developments in technology and innovation and their relationship to international business
•    Analyze change and continuity in international business using cyclical and evolutionary models of change
•    Advance a multidimensional understanding of the causes and consequences of technology
•    Critically evaluate a range of normative questions in relation to people, technology and the marketplace in the 21st Century
•    Reflect analytically on the knowledge developed for innovative action
•    Understand the significance of innovation and how it links to wider strategic issues within the firm
•    Appreciate how process innovations alter the ways of transforming a range of inputs into products and services for customers and end users
•    Have insights into contingency factors of firm size, technological complexity and environmental uncertainty which influence the precise choice of processes
 


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