The Most Viewed Videos on Our YouTube Channel

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Guest post by John Hunter, founder of curiouscat.com (in 1996).

The W. Edwards Deming Institute You Tube channel has shared videos online for 10 years now.

The videos with the most views since we started sharing them online:

  1. W. Edwards Deming: The 14 Points (171,000 total views all time – it has been online for 5 years)
  2. Dr. Deming – The 5 Deadly Diseases (1984) (152,000 – 10 years)
  3. The Red Bead Experiment with Dr. W. Edwards Deming (108,000 – 5 years)
  4. If Japan Can Why Can’t We (66,000 – 4 years)
  5. Lessons from the Red Bead Experiment with W. Edwards Deming (38,000 – 5 years)
  6. Deming The Man (23,000 – 6 years)
  7. Red Beads, long version (11,000 – 4 years)
  8. The Schools Our Children Deserve Alfie Kohn’s presentation at the 2015 Deming in Education conference (11,000 – 4 years)
  9. Deming 101 – An Introduction to Dr. Deming’s Teachings the full presentation by Peter Scholtes at our 2008 conference in Madison, Wisconsin (8,100 – 6 years)
  10. Lessons Of The Red Beads, long version (6,700 – 4 years)
  11. Deming 101 – Theory of Knowledge/PDSA This video has excerpts from Ian Bradbury’s presentation at our annual conference in 2013 (6,500 views – 6 years)

The most popular videos posted in the last 3 years:

  1. Why Deming, Why Now? (4,700 views – 1 year)
  2. Deming 101 – Curiosity, Learning, Knowledge, and Improvement by Tim Higgins (1,900 – 3 years)
  3. The Deming Management Method (Thinking Beyond Bridges) by Bill Bellows (1,300 – 2 years)
  4. The Neuroscience of Deming by JW Wilson (970 – 2 years)
  5. Public Administration: Past, Present, and Future by Ravi Roy (760 – 2 years)
  6. Why Deming? Why Now? Why…India? by Balaji Reddie (640 – 1 year)
  7. A Historical Look at Deming’s Career by J. Stuart Hunter (640 – 3 years)

The W. Edwards Deming Institute® YouTube channel provides a large number of great videos. And the great content is not limited to the most popular videos; there are many wonderful videos that receive fewer views.

A few of the less viewed videos that I highly recommend:

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