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10 essentials for high performance quality in the 21st by Diomidis H. Stamatis

By Diomidis H. Stamatis

Content material: the necessity for caliber functionality -- management -- Execution -- Innovation -- humans and caliber -- Time administration -- Engagement -- group construction -- caliber working approach -- complicated caliber making plans

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Wide Area Network (WAN). This is a network of computers shar‑ ing the resources of one or more processors or servers over a rela‑ tively large geographic area. • World Wide Web. All of the resources and users on the Internet using Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP), a set of rules for exchanging files. • Trade. Organizations such as retail and food stores; home furnish‑ ings and equipment stores; general merchandise stores; food and beverage facilities; apparel and accessory stores; building materials, hardware, garden supply, and mobile home dealers; and wholesale trade or distributors.

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The customer now has more practical options. And, the more choices there are, the better solution. From the customer’s point of view, we need to ask the following: Is the customer impressed with the product and or service? Will he talk to his friends about it? Will he be back to use it again? From company’s point of view, ask: What do you think about this application of creativity? Do you think the company would be able to differentiate itself from its competitors? Do you think it will surge ahead in its field?

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