KSA Construction Student Name: Institution Affiliation: OPERATION MANAGEMENT: TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT SIX SIGMA LEAN MANUFACTURING. KSA CONSTRUCTION The Middle East is known for some of its well organized companies that have led to its growth in the business market over the years. However some companies do not deliver the services as should be and instead render poor quality services or goods to their clients who in turn affect the general output of the companies (JEDDAH 2013). An example of such a company is the KSA construction sector. According to the Arab News buyers and some real estate agents filed complaints against many construction companies blaming them for poor construction. The low quality in construction labor and raw materials and labor used to build several building especially those up for sale is alarming (JEDDAH 2013). Most of the clients who filed the complaints claimed to have been exposed to fraud handle the claims of each and every one of the clients who came with an issue. Despite this fact they should have tried to solve as many issues as they could within the organization this would have left them with some of the trust of their clients and would also have prevented things from blowing over with multiple cases in court. The sector is in a state of panic because of labor issues investors distancing themselves and the disappearance of clients. I t would take quite some time for the fallen companies to regain their old glory. References Harris F. (2012). How Many Parts to Make at Once | Operations Research. Pubsonline.informs.org. Retrieved 14 November 2017 from pubsonline.informs.org JEDDAH. (2013). Poor quality of construction sparks outrage among buyers. Arab News. Retrieved 14 November 2017 from www.arabnews.com Webster M. (2013). Why Project Management Is Different to Operations Management. Leadership Thoughts. Retrieved 14 November 2017 from https://www.leadershipthoughts.com/difference-between-project-management-and-operations-management/
choose a large Middle Eastern company that has or had a problem with poor quality. In a 3-4-page paper, not including the cover and reference pages, explain the situation, and the consequences of poor quality in terms of loss of business, liability, productivity or costs. Explain what the company might have done to correct the problem, and what the condition of the company is now (for example, out-of-business, overcame the issue, etc.).
Be sure to use at least two current, scholarly references beyond any required course readings. Current sources are those published within the most recent five-year period, and scholarly sources are those from peer-reviewed journals.
Make certain for each listed reference that you have at least one supporting citation in the body of your content