Total Quality Management at Algerian Higher Education Institutions to Promote Our Roles in Comprehensive Development

Hocine Bachioua (Department of Psychology, University Setif 2, Setif, Algeria)
Khaoula Kachaou (Department of Psychology, University Setif 2, Setif, Algeria)
Salim Keffane (Department of Psychology, University Setif 2, Setif, Algeria)


The aims this study to know the reality of  the role for Total Quality Management (TQM) to need of Algerian Higher Education Institutions(AHEI) in apply the Total Quality Management (TQM) to promote the Comprehensive Development (CD), and this approach to enhance their roles in the comprehensive development, the efficiency of the training process, global changes and their needs to adopt a new educational policy in line with the global transformation competition, and the requirements of sustainable development, in this study was used a questionnaire composed of (75) items distributed on (08) areas, This is for confirmation the need to adopt philosophy of Total Quality Management (TQM) as a strategy imposed by the nature and  the stage experienced for Algerian Higher Education Institutions(AHEI), And deal with the nature of the changes and challenges imposed by certain factors such as Globalization and the knowledge revolution, through all this inevitably to  apply the Total Quality Management (TQM) in our  Algerian Higher Education Institutions(AHEI).


Total Quality Management (TQM); Algerian Higher Education Institutions (AHEI); Comprehensive Development (CD)

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