The Man who Discovered Quality: How W. Edwards Deming Brought the Quality Revolution to America : the Stories of Ford, Xerox, and GM

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Times Books/Random House, 1990 - Quality control - 326 pages
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Before Americans were learning how to do business from the Japanese, the Japanese were learning from an American--a brilliant iconoclast named W. Edwards Deming, whose Fourteen Point philosophy for managing quality is largely responsible for that country's economic triumph.

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Journalist Gabor tells the story of Deming, an American statistician and quality control expert who was invited by the Japanese to help them develop industry in the 1950s. Since then, Deming's ... Read full review


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Gabor was a senior editor at U.S. News & World Report and a staff editor in corporate strategy and technology at Business Week. She is currently involved with the launch of the business journalism program at Baruch College/CUNY.

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