Employees are allies, not adversaries

Vinocur, M. Richard
February 1994
American Printer;Feb94, Vol. 212 Issue 5, p77
Trade Publication
Focuses on W. Edwards Deming's philosophy on personnel management. Treatment of workers as associates; Deming's production theories; Ford Motor Co.'s adoption of Deming's management techniques; Resistance to Deming's approaches.


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