辦公室舉行.......陳寬仁於27日在華人戴明學院主持的研 討會，鍾漢清發表「談朱蘭 (J. M. Juran) 主編的五版本之《品質（管理）手冊》—回顧世界品管50年」。 參加貴賓：來新陽、官生平、石玉立、 、陸正平、盧瑞彥、蔡 耀宗、吳社邦、歐陽志遠、游振昌、 。我利用機會，建議QK C應該深入了解世界各大品質推進組織的內容和發展史.....
我和David Hsu一直很注意第6版的Juran Quality Handbook----然而我們或許興趣偏移了，所以它在20
今天我到JUSE的英文網才知道。然後 我到Amazon 去瀏覽一番。.......
我和David Hsu一直很注意第6版的Juran Quality Handbook(臺灣大學圖書館有1-5各版的；他們將這些Handbook當一般書；非參考用書*)----然而我們或許興趣偏移了，所以它在2010年5月出版了，而我們竟然不知道。
Juran's Quality Handbook: The Complete Guide to Performance Excellence 6/e
Joseph Defeo (Author), J.M. Juran (Author)
New York : McGraw Hill, 2010
這一版終於將個地區/國別的品管實務拿掉 換句話說 我們或同屬”全球品質共和國”的成員了…..
Juran's quality handbook / Joseph M. Juran, co-editor-in-chief, A. Blanton Godfrey, co-editor-in-chief ; Robert E. Hoogstoel, associate editor, Edward G. Schilling, associate editor
New York : McGraw Hill, c1999
Juran's quality control handbook / J.M. Juran, editor-in-chief, Frank M. Gryna, associate editor
New York : McGraw-Hill, c1988
Quality control handbook. J. M. Juran, editor-in-chief, Frank M. Gryna, Jr., associate editor [and] R. S. Bingham, Jr., associate editor
出版項 New York, McGraw-Hill 
Quality control handbook / J. M. Juran, editor-in-chief, Frank M. Gryna, Jr., associate editor [and] Leonard A. Seder, associate editor
New York : McGraw-Hill, 1962
主要產業における品質管理 / 吉南(J. M. Juran)撰 ; 東洋レーヨン會社譯
東京 : 日科技連, 昭和43
Quality-control handbook / ed. by J. M. Juran
New York : McGraw-Hill, 1951
Jun 19th 2009An American who emigrated from Romania when he was eight, three years after his father had first gone to the United States to seek work, Joseph Juran (1904-2008) had a remarkable—and remarkably long—life.
As a young man he studied electrical engineering and was a keen chess player. He then went to work for Western Electric in the inspection department at its famous Hawthorne factory, just outside Chicago. It was here, while Juran was on the payroll, that Elton Mayo (see article) carried out what has become one of the most famous experiments in industrial psychology (see article).
During the second world war Juran was seconded to work for the government in Washington, streamlining shipment processes for the Lend-Lease Administration. While there he came across the work of Vilfredo Pareto and was the first to name the 19th century Italian professor of political economy’s “80/20 rule”—the rule that the top 20% of any country’s population accounts for more or less 80% of its total income—“Pareto’s Principle of Unequal Distribution”. Juran extended the principle to quality control, stating, for instance, that most defects in production are the result of a small percentage of the causes of all defects—what he described as “the vital few and the trivial many”.
His influences were eclectic. He once said that anthropologist Margaret Mead’s book “Cultural Patterns and Technical Change” was highly influential in his ideas on how to “re-engineer” business quality. He recognised that cultural resistance to change was one of the biggest problems in reforming quality.
My belief is that historians in later decades will look back on the 21st century as the century of quality, much as the 20th century has been the century of productivity, largely following Frederick Taylor’s model.It was only after the war, however, that Juran moved into the arena for which he is most famous. He left Western Electric to become a freelance consultant on quality control. In 1954 he was invited to Japan to give a series of lectures which were subsequently credited by the Japanese with having been the basis of their quality-focused post-war industrial economy. He thus joined W. Edwards Deming (see article) in management mythology as one of the two Americans who, unappreciated in their own fast-food country for their ideas about quality, had been compelled to go abroad to find recognition.
Juran always emphasised the difference in approach between himself and Deming. He said that Deming was more focused on the statistical analysis of quality whereas he, Juran, was more concerned about the human input, teaching people how to introduce what he called CWQM (company-wide quality management).
CWQM was divided into three, into what has become known as the Juran Trilogy: quality planning, quality control and quality improvement. The first involves identifying customers and their needs so that these can be satisfied; the second is about developing processes to produce goods that can meet those needs; and the third is about constantly trying to improve those processes.
Notable publications“Quality Control Handbook”, McGraw-Hill, 1951; “Juran’s Quality Handbook”, 5th edn, McGraw-Hill, 1999
“Managerial Breakthrough: A New Concept of the Manager’s Job”, McGraw-Hill, 1964
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品質、管理大師朱蘭(J. M. Juran)不朽的著作，改造、改善學派及TQM學派的創始作品，闡明「突破、管制、規劃」在經營管理及品質管理的應用，戴明博士讚不絕口。
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