John Guaspari’s instructive and amusing fable about "Quality" has been a favorite in the business world since it was first published in 1985. As it points out what to do and what not to do in the pursuit of quality and market share, the book illustrates the ups and downs of Punctuation, Inc., the mythical company founded by the inventor of punctuation. This thought-provoking and entertaining little book takes only an hour or two to read, but the author intends for its message to stick with you for a lifetime. getAbstract recommends this book to executives, managers, customer-service employees and those who run their own businesses.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why good quality is the pivotal feature of business success;
- How to improve quality in your system; and
- Why your customers are your ultimate referees.
About the Author
John Guaspari is vice president of Rath & Strong, Inc. and is the author of of The Customer Connection and Theory Why. His ideas have been translated into three widely used video training programs for the American Management Association: : I Know It When I See It, Why Quality? and The Quality Connection.
Comment on this summary
4 years agoQuick read and cute story line. Worth 2 hours of your time. Bought it off Amazon for $0.01, but paid $3.00 in shipping.
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