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Continual Improvement Process by V. Narayana, N. S. Sreenivasan

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CHAPTER 26

Managing Continual Improvement Project

Mr. Fidel Castro, Cuba’s long-term serving leader, is said to have advised Mr. Hugo Charvez, the President of Venezuela, ‘You are the President of Venezuela, Not the mayor of Carcas’

– The Hindu, 26 August 2005

SYNOPSIS

By nature, one has a sense of pride and self-esteem. One also knows that self-pride and esteem are achieved and demonstrated through one's work. One is also aware that ability to solve problems enhances one's standing. Though these facts are known to everyone, they are not manifested in one's daily work. They get manifested when the work set-up allows every employee to be creative and a problem solver. It is the responsibility of the management to provide such a work set-up ...

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