Batty, Ricky
December 2007
Quality;Dec2007, Vol. 46 Issue 13, p44
Trade Publication
The article discusses ways on improving profits by learning through quality initiatives. It suggests that by aggregating the right information is the basic step in increasing profit potential. It offers three main benefits, including the production of a single source of record for the firm's operating data, that data should be clear at detailed level, and by providing a profit velocity. It concluded that those initiatives should be identified and prioritized to boosts profit.


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