OFE and M

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Engineering & Management Press, 1997 - Business & Economics - 118 pages
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Today's rapidly changing marketplace can seem like a jungle for many professionals. Engineering & Management Press offers the books needed to navigate through the wilderness of business techniques and acronyms. EMP's titles provide practical information and proven business methods for most corporate and industrial environments. Our titles cover crucial, timely topics of importance to businesses and managers today -- management, productivity improvement, quality, and related issues.

Do you feel like the latest management techniques are nothing but a big pot of alphabet soup? Are you going to scream if you see TQM, JIT, ISO 9000, CPI, or BPR one more time? Before you go off the deep end, OFE&M: The Only Acronym You'll Ever Need charges to the rescue, offering you help for surviving in today's business environment.

Using a sensible, practical approach, author Mark Ousnamer proposes that the path to corporate survival and global good health need not be fraught with complexities and riddles.

He calls his philosophy OFE&M (Old-Fashioned Engineering & Management).

It revolves around two fundamental cliches: "there is nothing new under the sun" and "keep it simple, stupid" combined with common sense, a little human insight, and empathy.

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OFE&M, old fashioned engineering & management: the only acronym you'll ever need: a simple and practical guide to ensuring success in business

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Ousnamer, a consultant in the field of industrial engineering who admits to being fired from all his jobs in corporations, pokes fun at his profession--especially consultants who try to impress by ... Read full review



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