Dr. Joseph Juran has died

 
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Dr. Joseph Juran, whom many called "The Father of Quality," died last week at the age of 103. For businesspeople of my generation he was one of the great gurus and the originator of many processes and practices that are now in every manager's toolkit.

Rather than try to do justice to his life and contributions, I'm pointing you to two excellent obituaries.

From Quality Magazine: Dr. Joseph M. Juran, "Father of Quality," has Passed Away

From the Los Angeles Times: management guru coined 80-20 rule

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