Seeing Is Believing: How the New Art of Visual Management Can Boost Performance throughout Your Organization

By Stewart Liff; Pamela A. Posey | Go to book overview

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Books are rarely the sole work of those whose names appear on the cover. This one is no exception. So many people have influenced us over the years that it is impossible to personally thank each and every one of them here. Yet, there are some whose contributions are so significant that we must single them out for special thanks.

First, we wish to acknowledge the exceptional support we received from Adrienne Hickey, our editor. Her unfailing encouragement, her direct manner, her wonderfully wry sense of humor, and her commitment to keep this project moving forward have made our first book project as much fun and as painless as writing a book can be. Adrienne, you are the best! We also owe thanks to Jim Bessent and Andy Ambraziejus from AMACOM for their critical insights and technical support. We especially appreciated Jim’s clear focus on getting this book produced and his frequent references to being ahead of schedule!

We also wish to thank those companies and all of the people in them who shared their visual management experiences with us. Special thanks for serving as our primary points of contact go to Victor Gill of Burbank Airport; Lynn Maguire and Denise Glesing of Columbus Regional Hospital; Lida Dersookian of Leo A. Daly, Inc.; Dana Judge and Robin Bardell of Hewlett-Packard Financial Services; Dr. Gary Cohn, Superintendent of the Port Angeles School District in Port Angeles, Washington; Marjie Shahani of QTC; Dan Goetz of

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