Tagged: management system
Business Roundtable puts the many before the few.
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.
The new edition of The New Economics includes an introduction by Kevin Edwards Cahill and a new chapter by Kelly Allan.
“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.”
Bill Bellows looks at “step changes” and how they relate to quality.
One of the most pre-eminent philosophers in the world, Alasdair MacIntyre cites Deming at length in his 2016 book, Ethics in the Conflicts of Modernity.
Bill Bellows discusses using the Deming approach to turn things around – whether prompted by a crisis or an essential effort in an organization’s continued success.
Post by Bill Bellows, Deputy Director, The Deming Institute “A product or service possesses quality if it helps someone and enjoys a sustainable market.” W. Edwards Deming “Quality is defined by doing it right the...
Guest blog by Bob Browne, author of Sys-Tao – Western Logic and Eastern Flow and former Chairman and CEO of the Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Company Tweet One The question, “If Japan can, why...
By John Hunter and Bill Bellows. Beginning in 1951, the Japanese Union of Scientists and Engineers (JUSE) has awarded the Deming Prize to honor organizations, and later, individuals, for extraordinary accomplishments in quality management. Recipients...