Marshaling and acquiring resources for the process improvement process
Shivers, Carol E.
Euske, Kenneth J.
Nevels, Jeffrey M.
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This thesis examines the issues associated with the marshaling and acquisition of resources available to the Department of Defense functional manager for implementing and continuing the process improvement process. Additionally, it identifies resources which are currently available and provides points of contact for obtaining further information about them. The thesis also illustrates how process improvement resources are organized within the Department of the Navy and provides points of contact for those, as well.
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