- Copertina rigida: 128 pagine
- Editore: Pelican Pub Co Inc (1 dicembre 1994)
- Collana: Motivational Series
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 1565540700
- ISBN-13: 978-1565540705
- Peso di spedizione: 272 g
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Why Things Go Wrong: Deming Philosophy in a Dozen Ten-Minute Sessions (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 1 dic 1994
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Di Michael L. Preiss - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Too bad corporate management or so-called "leadership teams" don't read books like these... Then again, maybe they do and a) they fail to see themselves in this book or b) they just don't care as long as they're getting their bonuses.
Di Robert L. Miller - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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An outstanding book for management and QA/QC professionals. Well written.
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This is a great little book. Very concisely covers Deming's work and how to apply it to an organization. It can be read in just a few hours. I highly recommend it as an introduction to his management philosophies.
Di Rolf Dobelli - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Dr. W. Edwards Deming was a business professor and consultant who's probably best known for his role advising post-World War II Japanese companies on manufacturing and quality; many experts give him much of the credit for Japan's transition to technological preeminence. Beginning in the 1980s and continuing even now, his famous writings, "14 Points for Managers" (a chapter in his book Out of the Crisis) and "7 Deadly Diseases of Management," and his subsequent books make major corporations like Ford take notice. He spent the latter part of his life writing and consulting on management, quality and productivity. Consultant Gary Fellers's tidy little manual moves Deming into today with a readable summary of his management philosophy in 10 handy chapters. While Fellers's summations are no substitute for Deming's primary texts, the author provides a practical précis of Deming's salient philosophical points. getAbstract recommends Fellers's guide to any manager, experienced or new. You'll read it again and again, and it handily fits in your pocket.
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Di Richard S. Dillard - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Years ago, I wrote an initial review of this book. Some of Deming's concepts are still certainly profound and abstract enough to require some type of meat to hang on the hooks before understanding and applying them, but I've expanded my understanding and application (in numerous industries) over the years, in part, because I continue to go back to this short but detailed exposition of Dr. Deming's philosophy and theory of modern leadership for renewal. Hard though it may be, what has become more apparent to me is how worthwhile the effort is and how valuable this book is in starting the transformation. Sadly, it has also become equally apparent that few companies use the theory--current efforts in lean notwithstanding--and few managers think this way even though it is even more obvious today that, as Deming originally said over 30 years ago, American business is in a crisis situation. The problem then and now is that most don't realize it. When will we learn? Still a must-read for business leaders, management consultants, and teams dedicated to continuous improvement in every industry. It is not too late to start. It is never too late. Get a copy of this book and begin today.