Far from the fad in-crowd

Lawler, Ed
October 1996
People Management;10/24/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 21, p38
Suggests that employee involvement and total quality management methods can have a positive and lasting effect on the bottom line. Concern with the effectiveness of different management approaches; Correlation between the adoption of employee involvement and the use of total quality management (TQM) practices; Four key elements of the paradigm that is replacing the traditional bureaucratic approach.


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