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Dr. Deming believed everyone is entitled to joy in work, and extended that to education as well. David P. Langford has worked to implement Deming in schools and education systems around the world, and in this first of two posts about his work, Christina Dragonetti relates how he got started and the impact of introducing the Deming philosophy - based on joy in learning - into classrooms.
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In this guest post, John Hunter explores the questions management should ask when there's a failure or problem, rather than blaming an individual.
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New to The Deming Institute, Christina Dragonetti describes the beginning of her Deming journey, reflects on a previous employer's disaster when they only went halfway with Deming, and offers examples and tips for others early in their Deming journey.
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In this guest post, John Hunter reviews the Systems Thinking for Civil Servants resource from the UK Government Office for Science and connects it to the Deming philosophy.
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We are excited to announce that after nearly a year, our podcast has returned. Learn more about our new host, our first few episodes, and our ambitious plans for the podcast.
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In this guest post, John Hunter pulls a few excerpts from Dr. Deming's 1978 speech in Tokyo and connects them to Deming's later work refining his ideas.
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In this guest post John Hunter reviews "Transforming Resident Assessment: An Analysis Using Deming’s System of Profound Knowledge" and discusses how evaluations often lead to bad data.
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In this guest post, Taylor Lux views the American education system through the Deming lens, finding significant shortfalls in spite of educators' best efforts.