Managing Responsibility: What can be learned from the quality movement? Contents 1. The Quality/Responsibility Analogy 2. Multiple Meanings 3. Satisfying Stakeholders 4. Measuring the "Unmeasurable" 5. Making a Business Case 6. Assurance Personnel 7. TQM/TRM as Frameworks for Systemic Management Processes 8. Resista
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