Gurus of the Quality Movement

Nov. 13, 2014
The members of this slideshow are leaders and advocates of quality, persons who have advanced the breadth and depth of what is meant by quality, who have introduced quality principles to a wider audience, who have contributed in numerous ways to the growth of the quality profession.

The American Heritage Dictionary defines a guru as "a recognized leader or guide." Another definition reads "an acknowledged advocate, as of a movement or idea."

The members of this slideshow are just that -- leaders and advocates of quality, persons who have advanced the breadth and depth of what is meant by quality, who have introduced quality principles to a wider audience, who have contributed in numerous ways to the growth of the quality profession.

Tell us who else should join this community of quality leaders.

About the Author

Jill Jusko

Bio: Jill Jusko is executive editor for IndustryWeek. She has been writing about manufacturing operations leadership for more than 20 years. Her coverage spotlights companies that are in pursuit of world-class results in quality, productivity, cost and other benchmarks by implementing the latest continuous improvement and lean/Six-Sigma strategies. Jill also coordinates IndustryWeek’s Best Plants Awards Program, which annually salutes the leading manufacturing facilities in North America.

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