Those who do not constantly improve, will not only stand still, but fall behind. This is especially true for management. Therefore quality management and international standards dedicated to it are increasingly important to developing (and developed) countries. Quality management is widely recognized as an efficient means to improve quality and safety of products and services, and to disseminate knowledge, technology and business practices. A well-conceived quality management system can be considered as an ideal basis for all future challenges a company or an organization has to face. If the quality system is conceived and implemented with the necessary flexibility and using common sense, it will support entrepreneurship and creativity trough better management of the available resources (people, money, raw materials, energy, time etc) and therefore lead to entire stakeholder satisfaction and a constant improvement of internal efficiency. To reach levels of industrial capability comparable to developed world, national strategies for economic development in developing countries and economies in transition needs to focus both on acquiring world-class technology competence and achieving a good understanding of quality management and technical requirements underlying trade in world markets [1,2,4].

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