Deming quality management is known throughout the world. Described is a summary of Deming’s theory/philosophy and how-to implement framework.
World-acclaimed quality guru, W.Edwards Deming wrote about, spoke about and implemented organizational change and continuous improvement through strategic quality management practices. Deming called this, as he titled his book, Out of the Crisis. His successful theories are studied across the globe from Japan to the U.S.
What is the biggest lesson from Mr. Deming? Robert Spencer, ASQ’s Quality Management Forum Editor, has been personally trained by Deming. He will present this one-hour webinar on “Deming’s Greatest Contribution to Quality Management.
Deming Quality Management Greatest Contributions: Summary and Webinar
A summary of what could be considered the greatest Deming quality management contributions (which will discussed in the webinar) are:
- Pursuing quality
- Deming’s view of the organization
- Deming’s system of profound knowledge
- Approach to quality management
- Deming’s Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) Cycle
- Deming’s 14 points
- Deming’s 7 deadly diseases of management
- Linkage to Integrated Enterprise Excellence System and IEE books by Forrest Breyfogle
How to Implement Deming’s Philosophy
The webinar stated that Deming’s theory and philosophy can be structurally implemented in an organization through the Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) Business Management System.
The IEE system consists of nine steps:
IEE addresses the business management scorecard and improvement system issues, as described in a 1-minute video:
IEE provides the framework for putting together the puzzle pieces in an organization:
Details for implementing the enhanced IEE business management system and Deming quality management is available through a 5-book set:
Contact Us to set up a time to discuss with Forrest Breyfogle how your organization might gain much from an Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) Business Process Management System and its Deming quality management implementation.