Total Quality: Management, Organization, and Strategy (Anglais) Broché – 9 juillet 2002
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The main reason for a bad grade in English composition would be the plethora of sentences that have 60 words and up. It is good writing etiquette to try to break off sentences to a 20-word maximum. Beyond that, the reader's comprehensive abilities are affected.
Quite typically, Evans has used rambling, run-on sentences strung together with the conjunction "and" over and over again. Typically, to make a point, he will write (for example) this point, and that point, and this point, and that point, and this point, etc.
The document lacks a strong editorial skill set. A great editor would help this poorly written text. The internal concepts are great, the ideas and knowledge inside are truly life-changing. But his English composition skills need an editor to sit down and make Evans break up these sentences into much more intelligible English. The result, having thus allowed the editor to help the author to create a book that could have a total quality advantage in English composition. It is an irony to write a text book on total quality, and then in the process of publishing to use poor quality English composition skills along with 60 and 70 word sentences that run on and on throughout the text. Poor English composition skills on the part of the author left me dreading having to read the next chapter. That is why I give Evans a "2 Stars" mark.