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Learn to Live the Talk! - Beyond Total Quality Management (1994)

There is a lot of management training hype being taught in companies and schools all over the world. What is important is to practice what is being taught. We must learn to live the way we talk. Practice what we preach.

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Rachel Barasch ...
Office manager
Karl Dinger ...
The Boss
Miguel Garibay ...
Willing worker #2
Jeffrey Tai Johnson ...
Willing worker #1
Michael Arthur Johnson ...
Consultant
Blanche Scarbrough ...
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Ann Margaret Vann ...
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The original Red Bead Experiment, inspired and used by Dr. W. Edwards Deming. There is a lot of management training hype being taught in companies and schools all over the world. What is important is to practice what is being taught. We must learn to live the way we talk. Practice what we preach! The name Red Bead is a metaphor for the problems that we experience every day in our life. The world is a never ending supply of problems. Each day, you get up in the morning to solve the problems of the day. Solve one problem and more problems appear. It is the way of the world. After World War II, Dr. W. Edwards Deming went to Japan help them recover from the devastation of the war. Japan's success is a fact in history. Even today, the Japanese economy is strong and one can make the case stronger in some ways than the USA and most of the world. In 1982, a teaching tool was created with Dr. Deming that he used in his seminars around the world to teach his famous 14 Obligations of Management.... Written by Mike Johnson <mjohnson@redbead.com>

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23 August 2007 (USA)  »

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