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by Peter Lorenzi,Steven J. Skinner,Philip B Crosby,John M. Ivancevich

eBook Management: Quality and Competitiveness epub
  • ISBN: 0256124531
  • Author: Peter Lorenzi,Steven J. Skinner,Philip B Crosby,John M. Ivancevich
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Management & Leadership
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Richard D Irwin (March 1994)
  • Pages: 660 pages
  • ePUB size: 1538 kb
  • FB2 size 1194 kb
  • Formats azw lrf doc lit


Also found scattered throughout are snippets from the quality heavyweight Philip Crosby of "Quality is Free" fame

Ships from and sold by Valley of Books (We ship worldwide!). Also found scattered throughout are snippets from the quality heavyweight Philip Crosby of "Quality is Free" fame. The reason for this is because it was compiled at the dawn of the age of the Internet and is clearly outdated in this respect.

MANAGEMENT: QUALITY AND COMPETITIVENESS, 2/E takes a traditional functional approach to management while . Book Condition: All pages and cover are intact (including the dust cover, if applicable) Spine and cover may show signs of light shelf wear

The revision will include more coverage of hot topics. Book Condition: All pages and cover are intact (including the dust cover, if applicable) Spine and cover may show signs of light shelf wear. Textbooks may or may not have a used sticker on the back cover.

John M. Ivancevich (Author), Peter Lorenzi (Author), Steven Skinner (Author), Philip B. Crosby (Author) & 1. .Also found scattered throughout are snippets from the quality heavyweight Philip Crosby of "Quality is Free" fame

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Management : Quality and Competitiveness. by John M. Ivancevich and Steven J. Skinner. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780256124538. Release Date: December 1993. Lorenzi, Peter; Skinner, Steven J. Bookplateleaf. Books for People with Print Disabilities. by. Ivancevich, John M. Publication date. Internet Archive Books.

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Ivancevich, John, . Peter Lorenzi, Steven J. Skinner, Philip B. Crosby, 1994, Management, Quality and Competitiveness, Burr Ridge, Il. Irwin. Kao, John, . 1991, The Entrepreneurial Organization, London: Prentice-Hall International. Kono, Toyohiro, 1988, 'Factors Affecting the Creativity of Organizations; an Approach from the Analysis of New Product Development', in Kuniyoshi Urabe, John Child and Tadao Kagono (ed., Innovation and Management: International Comparisons, Berlin/New York: De Gruyter, pp. 105-144.

JM Ivancevich, P Lorenzi, SJ Skinner. Management: Quality and competitiveness. JM Ivancevich, P Lorenzi, SJ Skinner. McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 1997. Interorganizational dependence and control as predictors of opportunism in dealer-supplier relations. KG Provan, SJ Skinner. Academy of management Journal 32 (1), 202-212, 1989. OC Ferrell, SJ Skinner.

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Intended for Principles of Management courses this book should have a significant appeal to those integrating quality into their curriculum.
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This text is primarily for use as a classroom reference. The language is appropriate for both graduate and undergraduate classes. I used this text as part of a Total Quality Management class in a Ph.D. program.

It is organized into six fundamental divisions of any organization. The six divisions are the environment, planning, organizing, leading, controlling, and innovation. There are numberous charts and graphs that help the reader visualize many of the concepts presented. Also found scattered throughout are snippets from the quality heavyweight Philip Crosby of "Quality is Free" fame.

Due to the age of the text, this text will most likely find its way to the reference section of most classes or in a private library of an acedemic researcher. The reason for this is because it was compiled at the dawn of the age of the Internet and is clearly outdated in this respect. It merely scratches the surface of the influence that the Internet has on particular businesses and can only offer anecdotal inference on the subject.

However, if you can overlook this lack of information and should you find the need for a good overview on the entire workings of an organization for practical usage and want to find a text to reference for some stimulating thought on where and how to structure a business, this book will do nicely. It is truly comprehensive for its time and still largely applicable today.
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