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Profit from Time

Speed up business improvement by implementing Time Compression

  • Authors
  • Ian C. Gregory
  • Simon B. Rawling

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 1-12
  3. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 13-28
  4. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 29-51
  5. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 52-78
  6. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 79-109
  7. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 110-127
  8. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 128-149
  9. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 150-169
  10. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 170-192
  11. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 193-232
  12. Ian C. Gregory, Simon B. Rawling
    Pages 233-264
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 265-276

About this book

Introduction

The search for speed has become the latest initiative in the pursuit of competitive advantage. This book equips the practising manager with the tools and techniques needed to utilise the philosophy of Time Compression. The authors explain how Time Compression can accelerate strategic change. They apply the principles of Time Compression to production and manufacturing systems as well as the human aspects of a business to gain competitive advantage. With detailed examples from companies that have used Time Compression, such as the Rover Group, Coats Viyella, British Airways, Lucas Industries, Short Brothers, British Steel and Massey Ferguson, the authors contend that Time Compression can be used to gain strategic advantages in virtually all businesses.

Keywords

business business strategy strategy

Bibliographic information

Industry Sectors
Finance, Business & Banking