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Computerized Project Control

F. Drigani
October 21, 1988

Highlights advantages, disadvantages, and future trends of computerization to project control activity. Stresses identification of when computerization is needed and explores how to convert. Covers fundamentals of project control theory, software technology, and labor and cost analysis. Includes glo...

What Every Engineer Should Know about Patents, Second Edition

Konold
October 21, 1988

"This useful, authoritative volume focuses on all aspects of intellectual property law with particular emphasis on patent laws enabling the reader to avoid such pitfalls as a loss of rights, and establish valid rights in inventions, trademarks, and writings. "...

Management for Quality Improvement: The 7 New QC Tools

Sigeru Mizuno
June 01, 1988

With continuous improvement (kaizen) and Total Quality Control (TQC) becoming increasingly important to world class companies, there's an urgent need to build quality into every management decision. The tools presented in this book allow you to do just that. They represent the most important...

Toyota Production System: Beyond Large-Scale Production

Taiichi Ohno
March 01, 1988

In this classic text, Taiichi Ohno--inventor of the Toyota Production System and Lean manufacturing--shares the genius that sets him apart as one of the most disciplined and creative thinkers of our time. Combining his candid insights with a rigorous analysis of Toyota's attempts at Lean production...

The In-House Option: Professional Issues of Library Automation

Terry D Webb
December 28, 1987

Here is a timely book that expertly addresses the current impact of automation on the profession of librarianship in terms of its practitioners, standards, and underlying philosophy. In clear and understandable language, author T. D. Webb focuses his discussion--with practical examples--on the...

The Sayings of Shigeo Shingo: Key Strategies for Plant Improvement

Shigeo Shingo
July 01, 1987

Here is a great introduction to the remarkable mind of Shigeo Shingo, indisputably one of the great forces in manufacturing. In this book Dr. Shingo describes his approach to manufacturing improvements, developed and refined over the course of a brilliant career. He called it the Scientific...

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