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Do The Right Thing

in Business Improvement, Including Process and Technology

by David A. Duryea


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$17.95
Hardcover
$33.95
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/28/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 200
ISBN : 9781490886060
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 200
ISBN : 9781490886077
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 200
ISBN : 9781490886053

About the Book

This book puts an interesting perspective on the approach of business improvement, presenting in very clear ways how to understand, embrace, and obtain realistic improvements. It directly explains business improvement in a holistic approach that starts with the core of a business and drives all the way through successful improvement initiatives.

This method will help a company defy the next economic downturn, incubate a new venture, or re-invent your organization to achieve the next level of performance. Drive your company to be an industry best in class leader. If you are in any way involved in your company’s business improvement as a business professional, technology manager, or engaged executive leader you will find these methods successful, reality based, and ultimately the right thing for your company.


About the Author

David A. Duryea is business improvement veteran with more than thirty-two years of experience in practical business improvement and technology innovation. He has led more than sixty business improvement and innovation projects in sixteen different industries.

As a legal expert witness for failed technology and business innovation projects, David has performed project forensics on failed implementations for over a dozen large-scale projects.

A popular speaker on business improvement, he has been featured at Computerworld, InfoWorld, and industry conferences. His articles in the area of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and advanced technology implementation practices have been featured.

David holds a patent from the United States Patent Office, degrees in business administration and computer science, and an MBA with a focus in project management.

David is happily married with seven children, four of whom were adopted from China. He and his family live near Cleveland, Ohio. When not studying the intricacies of business improvement, he enjoys hiking, bicycling, baseball, coaching, and investing time in activities with his children.