Thriving on Chaos: Handbook for a Management Revolution
The national bestseller that offers prescriptions for an economic world turned upside down. "Enough inspiration and information to feed American management for years."-- "Industry Week" A "New York Times" bestseller for eleven months."Enough inspiration and information to feed American managers for years." "--Industry Week"
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Handbook for a Management Revolution Thomas J. Peters. "There is a Japanese
axiom: 'Quality control starts with training and ends in training.' " 6. Teams
involving multiple functions/systems are used. Once more, ideological firestorms
Debriefings with key accounts (annually or semiannually) must include formal
survey questions and open-ended discussions with all levels and functions in key
account operations. Mount informal (or formal) "call three customers each week"
passing the job "down" to the next-level executor. Interaction among functions is
minimal; what's done is always within the context of the hierarchy of functions —
design, then engineering, at the top; manufacturing and sales at the bottom.
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