Total Productivity Management (TPmgt): A Systemic and Quantitative Approach to Compete in Quality, Price and Time
CRC Press, 27 okt. 1997 - 424 sidor
Poised to influence innovative management thinking into the 21st century, Total Productivity Management (TPmgt), written by one of the pioneers of productivity management, has been a decade in the making.
This landmark publication is the most extensive book available on the subject of total productivity management. At a time when downsizing and layoffs are the norm, this innovative and highly organized book shows you how to treat human resource situations with a caring, customer-oriented, yet competitive attitude through integration of technical and human dimensions. This book makes use of a set of proven models and provides a systematic framework and structure to link total productivity to an organization's profitability.
Total Productivity Management describes the tasks required of all constituents in an understandable format that they can relate to and by which regards can be realized for performance in all resource categories including direct labor, administrative staff, managers, professional personnel, materials, liquid assets, technologies, energy, and other areas.
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THE NEED FOR TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY MANAGEMENT
THE BASIC CONCEPT AND MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY
THE SYSTEMATIC 10STEP PROCESS FOR TPmgt
UNIQUE FEATURES OF TPmgt
FRONTIERS BEYOND TOM AND REENGINEERING
BENEFITS OF TPmgt
UNIVERSALITY OF TPmgt
WHERE TO GO FROM HERE?
HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY
THE TPM FORMULAS
achieve analyzed applied approach base period basic break-even point Business Week capital productivity changes Chapter company's competitiveness comprehensive total productivity corporate cost CTPM customers D.J. Sumanth developed Edwards Deming electronics emphasis employees energy enterprise evaluation example expense input FIGURE firm Fishbone fixed capital global human input human productivity impact important increase Industrial Engineering input factors Japan Japanese kaizen Kaoru Ishikawa labor productivity major management goals managerial manufacturing market share ment million mission statement operational unit organization organizational output personal computer Philip Crosby principle productiv productivity cycle productivity improvement productivity measure profit quality control Questions to Ponder reengineering strategy techniques thinking tivity top management Total productivity index total productivity level Total Productivity Management Total Productivity Model total productivity value Total Quality Total Quality Management TPM analysis TPmgt concept trend University of Miami
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