Presents the findings of a two‐year programme of questionnaire‐ and case study‐based research conducted during 1993‐1995. Argues that it is not enough for management to initiate problem solving, educate staff or attend quality steering committees in order to introduce quality initiatives successfully. Concludes that quality initiatives must be managed.
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