Co-founder of Houstonian Hotel, founder of local nonprofit research firm dies at 93

C. Jackson “Jack” Grayson, founder of Houston-based research firm APQC and a co-founder of the Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa, died on May 4 at age 93.

Grayson, who was appointed chairman of the U.S. Price Commission under President Nixon in 1971, “spent his entire professional career applying quality thinking and methods to help improve organizations and society,” according to a press release from APQC.

In 1977, Grayson founded the American Productivity, which became the American Productivity…

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