Winning the war on waste: changing the way we work
A quality revolution is taking place in many western organizations. This revolution is drastically cutting costs increasing quality & productivity & making its supporters more competitive. Many people now understand the need for a systematic approach to quality but just don't know how to go about it. This practical book will guide you through an organized process to achieve continuous improvement in all functions, not just manufacturing. It shows, with case studies, how to lead the necessary changes, including major management innovations (reengineering). It also provides detailed instructions about how to analyze work, find the waste & how to eliminate it. This is a book that tells you what to do & how to do it. Bill Conway's approach is practical, not academic. It was developed initially while he was Chief Executive of a Fortune 500 company. Starting in 1979, he worked closely with Dr. W. Edwards Deming & led the change to a culture of continuous improvement. As head of Conway Quality Inc., he has continued to refine the process of change to make it applicable to all the functions & every type of organization. For ordering information call 1-800-359-0099.
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