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Quality management system is an important element in the management of an institution or organisation with efforts to achieve the quality objectives of an institution or organisation, increase procurements, renew and enhance quality as well as increase effectiveness or change organisational vision; hence, an appropriate quality management system should be used. However, most quality management systems currently available are actually a fad. These systems are only adopted for a specific period, hence, there is not enough time for the systems or their effectiveness to be fully appreciated by the institution, as they eventually become obsolete. This is due to the emergence of new quality management systems that are more attractive and effective. Hence, this paper had suggested the halal and green concepts as the fundamental or important elements in building a quality management system so that a sustainable quality management system could be created. This suggestion is based on evidence concerning the sustainability of both these concepts through narrative studies carried out on publications found in Scopus’s electronic databases that had no limitation on years of publication. This study found that the dramatic trend in the study on halal and green and also that these concepts could become an influencing factor to make the halal-green concept an important element when building a more sustainable quality management system. Lastly, this paper had outlined factors that could make the assimilation of the halal and green elements into the quality management system more dynamic, sustainable and relevant across time.
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- Halal-Green: The New Quality Management System
Fadzila Azni Ahmad
- Springer Singapore
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