Managerial Breakthrough

Hardcover | December 20, 1994

byJoseph M. Juran

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Introduces the principles of quality improvement as pioneered in the early 1960s. Juran contends that the manager's basic function is to create or prevent change, and demonstrates that each process is governed by a specific sequence of events. This edition features new material on quality planning and expands the author's views of quality improvement. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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In this 30th anniversary edition of a management classic, Dr. Joseph Juran builds on his sound and orderly approach to effective management. Incorporates new material on planning and other recently evolved issues, and expands on Juran's pioneering views of reengineering.

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Introduces the principles of quality improvement as pioneered in the early 1960s. Juran contends that the manager's basic function is to create or prevent change, and demonstrates that each process is governed by a specific sequence of events. This edition features new material on quality planning and expands the author's views of qual...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:9.3 × 6.5 × 1.53 inPublished:December 20, 1994Publisher:McGraw-Hill

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ISBN - 10:0070340374

ISBN - 13:9780070340374

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Table of Contents

Breakthrough and Control----A Contrast.Breakthrough----A Panoramic View.Breakthrough in Attitudes.The Pareto Principle.Mobilizing for Breakthrough in Knowledge.The Stepping Arm.The Diagnostic Arm.Breakthrough a Knowledge----Diagnoisis Resistance to Change----Cultural Patterns.Breakthrough in Performance----Action.Transition to the New level.Control----A Panoramic View.Chooing the Control Subject.The Unit of Measure.The Standard.The sensor.Mobilizing for Decision Making.Interpretation.Decision on the Difference.Taking Action.Managers.Brreakthrough and Control.Appendix.Index

From Our Editors

In this 30th anniversary edition of a management classic, Dr. Joseph Juran builds on his sound and orderly approach to effective management. Incorporates new material on planning and other recently evolved issues, and expands on Juran's pioneering views of reengineering.