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Profiles in Quality: Jim Harrington--Episode 3

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The final episode with Jim Harrington at his home in Los Gatos, CA.

Here, Jim talks about the impact of family life on quality management.

 
 

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Thanks, Jim!

Just a word of thanks to Jim for being so generous with his time in helping us launch our videos. Your words on the importance of family life should be remembered by us all.