The New Economics Study Sessions – July 2017
About the study sessions
Mondays & Wednesdays, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm Pacific Time, from July 17 through August 2. Participants will discuss Dr. W. Edwards Deming’s last book, The New Economics. The course is open to all – repeat participants and first timers are equally welcome.
About the series
We will read two chapters (or so) before each of six sessions then connect to share ideas about what we have read.
Not all participants are able to join all six sessions. Participating more is better, but you are welcome to attend as your schedule allows.
At each session of the series, we will have supplemental information aimed at provoking additional thought.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
If you have questions about the study sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A member of The Deming Institute’s Advisory Council, Tim is retired from 27 years at Rocketdyne in engineering, manufacturing and quality. He has worked as a NASA Safety and Mission Assurance Specialist for the last 10 years. He is a Partner of InVista Associates, Inc., working to assist organizations, particularly small to medium sized aerospace enterprises, develop the skills and knowledge to engage in a cycle of continuously moving from where they are to where they could be. He is President of the In2:InThinking Network, a non-profit aimed at increasing awareness of our thinking and how it dictates our behaviors. (Read More)
GoToWebinar will be used as the conference line for the sessions. The call-in and login information will be provided to you upon registering.
The book is The New Economics for Industry, Government, Education 2nd Edition by W. Edwards Deming ISBN: 9780262541169. Available in Kindle format. Please obtain your book and for the first session read the introductory text and the first two chapters.
From the back cover of the Fourth printing of the 2nd Edition of The New Economics: This book is for people in industry, government and education who are living under the tyranny of the prevailing style of management.