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Michael L George

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First Name:Michael
Middle Name:L
Last Name:George
RePEc Short-ID:pge92


Institute of Business Entropy

USA,Dallas, Texas

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Working papers

  1. Michael Louis George, 2011. "Formula for Manufacturing Profit increase based on Thermodynamic Model," Working Papers 0620, Institute of Business Entropy.
  2. Michael Louis George, 2008. "Littleā€™s Law and Business Entropy," Working Papers 0606, Institute of Business Entropy.
  3. Michael Louis George, 2008. "What is Business Entropy," Working Papers 0604, Institute of Business Entropy.
  4. Michael Louis George, 2003. "Method For Determining And Eliminating The Drivers Of Non-Value Added Cost Due To Product Complexity And Process Parameters," Working Papers 0626, Institute of Business Entropy.

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