The Five Pillars of TQM: How to Make Total Quality Management Work for You

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Truman Talley Books/Plume, 1994 - Business & Economics - 548 pages
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One of the foremost educators of the Total Quality Management (TQM) technique looks at TQM's fundamental principles and their implementation, explaining how anyone can introduce the Five Pillars of TQM into every aspect of an organization. Filled with engaging and enlightening stories, the book explores 19 major companies which have achieved TQM success.

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TQM The Need the Issues the Shape It Must Take
Lessons from Japans Success and American Failings
Winning Big by Organizing Small More Key Examples

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