Adams, James L.

Good products bad products: essential elements to achieving superior quality - New Delhi Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited 2012 - xiv, 255 p

In Good Products, Bad Products, James L. Adams, a top figure in the field of business innovation, argues that competing on cost in today?s global market is a failing strategy. The only way to take back the competitive advantage, he argues, is to compete on quality. Anyone who has a stake in product development?from executives and managers to engineers and product designers?will find the insight and methods they need to improve quality in order to compete with foreign competitors, all of which are creating higher-quality products by the day. (


Manufacturing industries - Quality control
Quality of products

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