The Competitive Edge by Joseph McHugh
The Eight Efficiency Factors for Continuous Improvement

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The Competitive Edge offers sound managerial concepts to quicken the pace of transformation, it is my hope that this book with a theme of "continuous improvements and a tone of do it now!" will encourage change and move organizations towards greater competitiveness. The road map provided by the Eight Efficiency Factors: Human Resources, Materials, Equipment, Environment, Outsourcing, Advancing Technologies, Non-Value Added Costs and Manufacturing Costs will provide management be it Business, Education or Government an opportunity for gaining the Competitive Edge in an ever expanding global economy. The contents and outline of this book with numerous illustrations and power phases are designed for expediency, offering choices about which Efficiency Factor is in line with management's most pressing need for continuous improvements. The Factors as presented, are accessible enough for your immediate implementation. Good luck on your never-ending journey for continuous improvements. Do it now!

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Published August 30, 2004 by AuthorHouse. 92 pages
Genres: Business & Economics.

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