Category: management systems
Business Roundtable puts the many before the few.
Are you using analysis to solve problems at your company? Try synthesis instead! For help, John Hunter directs us to this still-mind-blowing talk from Dr. Russell Ackoff, author of The Art of Problem Solving.
This presentation from Peter Scholtes and Mary Jenkins at the 1994 Ohio Quality and Productivity Forum conference is still all too relevant to today’s challenges in Human Resources.
Need more Deming? There are several blogs exploring the application of his ideas to management of organizations.
Katie Groves, College Business Manager, reflects on this gathering of Deming experts, enthusiasts, and the Deming-curious.
The new edition of The New Economics includes an introduction by Kevin Edwards Cahill and a new chapter by Kelly Allan.
Peter Scholtes explores myths about the practice of quality management, the importance of viewing the organization as a system, and using the new lens to inform your leadership.
NYLB is putting Deming’s ideas into action, to great success.
Bill Bellows highlights ongoing conversations with Ed Baker, author of The Symphony of Profound Knowledge (created in partnership with Aileron.org).
“Humans create systems all the time…How well any of these systems function, how effective and efficient they are, often comes down to how well the parts cooperate to support the aim.”