Blogs are a convenient way to stay informed on topics you are interested in. They allow people to easily use an RSS reader to view recent posts that have been published as they have time.
One of the weaknesses in how blogs are used is that even active followers of a blog rarely seek out old posts that would be of interest and be useful to them. I think that often results in people missing out on information they would find worthwhile.
The Deming Institute blog offers several ways to help you find previous posts that you might find valuable. The category and tag links provide a way for you to find previous posts related to topics you are interested in. Some of the popular topics include: organization as a system, psychology, leadership, health care, data and education. There are many more topics; browse them on all of the left side of every page of our blog.
Search is another way to find old post you would value (the search feature is also found on the left side of all the pages on the blog).
And I will share a few selected old posts I think are interesting here:
- Deming’s Management Ideas Evolved Into the System of Profound Knowledge
- We Need to Understand Variation to Manage Effectively
- Deming Library Video with Dr. Deming Discussing the 14 Points
- User Gemba
- Distorting the System, Distorting the Data or Improving the System
- Customer Focus with a Deming Perspective
- Riding a Bike and the Theory of Knowledge
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