Who said this: Quality is not only obtainable, but essential?
Asked by Mihir, 03 Nov '08 03:19 pm
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It was William Edwards Deming, an American statistician, professor, author who was widely credited with improving production in the US during World War II. He is also regarded as having had more impact upon Japanese manufacturing and business than any other individual not of Japanese heritage. He was so obsessed with eliminating waste that he is said to have marked the eggs in his refrigerator with the purchase date so that the oldest would be eaten first.Answered by Manisha Mehra, 03 Nov '08 03:22 pm
I think Dr. W. Edwards Deming not sureAnswered by madhavi, 03 Nov '08 03:20 pm
Think Dr. W. Edwards DemingAnswered by prashant prashar, 03 Nov '08 03:26 pm