1_Kaoru Ishikawa Research Paper

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Page 1 We look at the overall contributions made by one man that has helped transform quality and process management from a caterpillar to a butterfly. Who is this Innovator in Quality and Process Management? Who is this Innovator in Quality and Process Management? Thursday, January 21, 2010 Thursday, January 21, 2010
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Page 2 Who is this Innovator in Quality and Process Management? In a global marketplace, the major characteristic that distinguishes organizations that are successful is quality of leadership, management, employees, work processes, product, and service. This means that the end result such as a product, should not only meet customer needs for a valued product or service, they must always continue to improve, be timely, cost-effective, innovative, and hold a standard. The evolution of this process could not have happened without the guru’s who have helped create the foundation for quality and pave the way for future development of quality. The following information found in this research paper will be based on one of those people responsible for establishing the principles and have made major contributions that affect us all. It is your mission if you so choose to accept it, to continue to read this research paper, and guess who our mystery subject person is. Good luck! Who am I? Follow along and use the following clues to make an educated guess on who the topic of discussion is for this paper. As you get close to the end of the paper you will have a better understanding of the contributions and important role that this pioneer has had in revolutionizing quality. Here is my background I was born in 1915 in Tokyo and was the oldest of eight brothers. I graduated from Tokyo University in 1939 with an engineering degree in Applied Chemistry. My first job was as a naval officer (1939-1941) then for a short time I worked for the Nissan Liquid Fuel Company. Soon thereafter, I become an associate
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course CARD CARD405 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Addison.

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