I Know It When I See It: A Modern Fable about Quality

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I Know It When I See It: A Modern Fable about Quality

I Know It When I See It A Modern Fable about Quality The secret to the success of I Know It When I See It lies in its stylish delivery of a serious theme A succinct and intriguing business fable it tells the story of Punctuation Inc and provides a sim

  • Title: I Know It When I See It: A Modern Fable about Quality
  • Author: John Guaspari
  • ISBN: 9780814473931
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • The secret to the success of I Know It When I See It lies in its stylish delivery of a serious theme A succinct and intriguing business fable, it tells the story of Punctuation, Inc and provides a simple message about quality that it s the customer who defines it The story shows how businesspeople who pay close attention to what kind of quality their customers wantThe secret to the success of I Know It When I See It lies in its stylish delivery of a serious theme A succinct and intriguing business fable, it tells the story of Punctuation, Inc and provides a simple message about quality that it s the customer who defines it The story shows how businesspeople who pay close attention to what kind of quality their customers want, will also find just what their company wants success and big profits.This new paperback edition features the delightful illustrations that helped make the German translation a huge hit.

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    One thought on “I Know It When I See It: A Modern Fable about Quality

    1. Joseph Cognard on said:

      I loved this book. Really well done story for a business book. This was my brownie book through college. I use to give it to college professors , and they would like it and it was a quick read for them, and then they would feel bad for me and give me a C or C+.I highly recommend this book for its reading enjoyment, great business concepts, not to mention brownie using appeal, all wrapped up in cute little fable.Really an exceptional story.

    2. Victor Méndez on said:

      Es una buena idea para hablar acerca de temas que, muchas veces, no son fáciles de abordar. Este es un cuento que habla sobre la calidad y su importancia en el éxito, ya sea laboral o personal.Además hay que tomar en cuenta que el autor está inmerso en el mundo empresarial y administrativo. Es un buen ejercicio.Me gustó mucho la idea de la fábrica "Puntuación S. A.". Creo que ahí está todo y se puede sacar más de ella. Se lee en un santiamén, pero no es una lectura imprescindible.

    3. Rishab Gaba on said:

      narrative is good. message is good. refreshing half-an-hour read.

    4. Aaron Bolin on said:

      Guaspari provides a quick read with a few gems of wisdom. I especially liked the corollary regarding mistakes and inspection capacity, but there were a few other related ideas that are nicely illustrated by this fable.In terms of criticism, the story is not that compelling and the main points, if summarized, would only fill an index card.I liked the book, found a few gems of wisdom, and would definitely recommend it as a quick leisurely read that helps to cement key concepts of quality.

    5. Riikka on said:

      I didn't know what to expect when I started the book but I were just positively surprised by the book. It was quick to read (took me about one hour) and I really liked it. It was fun that the story didn't quite happen in this world (due the puctuation business) but still that much for me to see the similarity. And I loved the illustrations! (October 24, 2008)

    6. Michael on said:

      A funny little book that explains quality in a non-technical way.

    7. Andrew Waring on said:

      I have read a couple of these "Modern Fables" and this one was not so convincing. The point was too simple, too obvious to spend a whole book on. It should have been one point in a larger context.

    8. Ava on said:

      I could have just read the epilogue! But there was one nugget worth remembering.

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