MBF

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AcronymDefinition
MBFMust Be Following (social media)
MBFManagement By Fact
MBFThousand Board Feet
MBFMy Best Friend
MBFMillion Board Feet (measurement)
MBFMom's Best Friend (household staffing agency; Austin, TX)
MBFMy Boyfriend
MBFMichael Bernard Fitzgerald (musician)
MBFMicrosoft Business Framework
MBFMind/Body Fitness
MBFMedical Benevolence Foundation (Houston, TX)
MBFMan's Best Friend
MBFMedical Benefits Fund
MBFMini Blast Furnace
MBFMilitary Banking Facility
MBFMust Be Filled (securities trading order)
MBFManagement by Fear
MBFMoney, Banking and Finance (various universities)
MBFMarine's Best Friend (Doom computer game)
MBFMore, Better, Faster
MBFMetric Board Foot
MBFMicro Bright Field Inc. (Williston, VT)
MBFMust Be Funny
MBFMission Build Facility
MBFMidwest Basketry Focus
MBFMale Bovine Feces
MBFMaster Business Function (J.d. Edwards OneWorld)
MBFMalted Barley Flour
MBFMarried Black Female
MBFMedium Bomber Force
MBFMacro-Basis Function
MBFMatrix Biological Film
MBFMichigan Barrier-Free (handiicap accessibility design)
MBFMoss Bow Foley (dog show superintendent)
MBFManagement in Business Finance (academics)
MBFManagement Behavior Feedback
MBFMercedes Benz de France (French automobile club)
MBFMobile Branch Facilities (command vehicle manufacturer; Sanford, FL)
MBFMad Beat Factory (show)
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The quality concepts that apply are organizational vision, strategic planning, management by fact, customer focus, and continuous improvement.
Total quality management requires continual gathering and analysis of data as the basis for management by fact. That is, all decisions are made based on fact in contrast to intuition, and the achievement of goals is faithfully measured and reported.
The themes of TQM -- management by fact, management by process, focus on the vital few, systematic problem solving and continuous improvement, cross-functional management and commitment to shared learning -- promote systems thinking and organizational learning.
Respect for the importance of data ("management by fact") is spread through the organization.
These criteria are built on the following core values: visionary leadership; learning-centered education; organizational and personal learning; valuing faculty, staff, and partners; agility; focus on the future; managing for innovation; management by fact; public responsibility and citizenship; focus on results and creating value; and a systems perspective.
The Baldrige program provides a framework for organizations to assess and improve their operations based on management by facts to achieve continuous performance excellence in the areas of leadership, strategy, customers, measurement, analysis and knowledge management, workforce, operations and results.
Management by facts counts on organisational capability of obtaining, processing, disseminating and use of data and information.
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