The Power of Management Capital

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Mcgraw-hill, Mar 14, 2003 - Business & Economics - 201 pages
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From the man whom BusinessWeek has called a "founding father" and the "hands-on implementer" of the Quality Movement comes a breakthrough approach to management and leadership

Just as Armand Feigenbaums pioneering Total Quality Control changed the worlds approach to quality and productivity, The Power of Management Capital will also transform the contemporary business landscape.

The Power of Management Capital explains the new business model of "management capital"--what it is and how the deployment of management assets sets pacesetter companies apart from the also-rans and business failures of the past decade.

Armand Feigenbaum and his brother Donald, an executive vice president at General Systems, Inc., provide a definition of the distinct components of management capital--it is the physical assets, the culture, the approach to innovation, the intellectual capital, the human resources, etc.--and then show how the deployment of each of these assets is key to successful growth and profitability.

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Armand V. Feigenbaum, Ph.D., is the originator of Total Quality Control, which was conceived and completed while he was earning his doctoral degree from MIT, and is the recipient of numerous medals and honors from quality associations around the world. Dr. Feigenbaum is the president of the international engineering firm General Systems, Inc., which designs and installs proprietary operating management systems for manufacturing and service companies throughout North and South America, Europe, and Asia.

Donald Feigenbaum, Ph.D., is chief operating officer and executive vice president of General Systems, Inc. Dr. Feigenbaum is an acknowledged world leader in systems management and engineering and has published numerous influential works in the field of systems technology.

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