Journal of Never Ending Improvement

Isn’t it Time to Move on From Deming?
by Jan Gillett
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CEO-EFFECTIVENESS™
by Hans Norden
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Brief insight about the European Union Crisis

by jordi Cabré
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Tools of the Master
by Rafael Aguayo
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Thrive in a Recession
by Rafael Aguayo
Lessons from construction and real estate
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Why I dislike the name Six Sigma
by Rafael Aguayo
The original theory that led to the term Six Sigma has some critical flaws that can only lead to confusion.  The theory conflicts with key tenets of Shewhart and Deming
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Goals can Kill a Company II

by Rafael Aguayo
Part II of the must read series that shines the light of understanding
on the dangers of setting goals. Read
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Goals can Kill a Company
by Rafael Aguayo
All management gurus, or at least many of them, require you to set goals. Yes and almost all of them are wrong. Read
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 PDCA …PDSA, Is it as Simple as a C or an S?
by Dan Strongin
An examination of the not so subtle differences between the
former and later names for the Shewhart/Deming Cycle
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Decision Making
The New Role of Management

by Jordi Cabre
This is an approach to management based upon the teachings of the late W. Edwards Deming.  The goal is to improve enterprises and organizations by giving them a
robust and scientific set of tools to change the way management makes decisions.
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Curiosity and Innovation
by Jordi Cabre
Curiosity and Innovation, two victims of the Western
teaching model.
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Why do we Believe in Economy of Scale?
by John Seddon – Vanguard
A challenge to long-held beliefs based on the traditional cost management and on the erroneous assumption that the cost is in the activity and so related to the unit activity cost. The author argues that economy comes from flow rather than scale. Why do we Believe in Economy of Scale? Read


 

 

 


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