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Everyday Excellence looks at the core of qualityupeople. If we want to achieve everyday excellence, we must do it for people and with people. People either have the right attitude or they donet. They take the right action, or they donet. They appreciate what they receive, or they donet.oAttitude, action and appreciatione actually form a cycle of excellence, since appreciation often stimulates, fosters, and encourages a better attitude. it all comes down to how we approach ourselves and how we interact with other people. Once we look for them, we find that the opportunities to practice and apply excellence in the workplace occur minute-by-minute throughout the day. These moments comprise the heart of everyday excellence. This book is designed as easy but inspiring reading for the busy leader, manager, supervisor, and professional in an office. If you work at a desk, or at a computer in an office, this book is written for you. it provides ten chapters of interconnected short stories and lessons. the lessons contain viewpoints and opinions, and hopefully new perspectives and insights. While the short stories are interconnected, each lesson stands alone. This, together with a very detailed index, enables the reader to use the book as a reference source.
Proving Continuous Improvement with Profit Ability by Russ Jones
Publication Date: 2008-06-01
Price : $15
"The goal of this book is to demonstrate to manufacturing, distributor, and service businesses that there are only seven critical business elements from which continuous improvement projects can be discovered, financially evaluated, and ranked before implementation." "The information is uniquely organized so it can serve as a frequent reminder for both the experienced and inexperienced of the few principles and financially-based formulas that must be built into company culture if both customers and stockholders are to be satisfied. Project teams are shown how to discover and financially evaluate and rank a vast number of continuous improvement projects."--BOOK JACKET.