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  • The Schools Our Children Deserve by Alfie Kohn

      Alfie Kohn starts with an excellent discussion his fear of applying business improvement ideas in the education setting. …And yet, Dr. Deming’s work offered some principles at an abstract level that when pulled out of a workplace context turn out to be equally revolutionar...

    Tags: education, events, psychology, systems thinking, video, Deming in Education videos, evidence based management, webcasts

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  • Silos to Systems: Presentation by Lisa Snyder

    Silos to Systems: Our Journey to World Class – presentation by Lisa Snyder at the First Annual Deming in Education conference.   In one of the videos included in the presentation we hear this quote In this model you really are a team of teachers. And that is a shift in mindset a s...

    Tags: education, psychology, video, cooperation, Deming in Education videos, teams, webcasts

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  • Leadership Principles of Dr. W. Edwards Deming, Presentation by Joyce Orsini

    In this presentation at the Reliability Conference Joyce Orsini discusses the Leadership Principles of Dr. W. Edwards Deming. Joyce in an emeritus Board Member of The W. Edwards Deming Institute, editor of The Essential Deming, and Director of the former Deming Scholars MBA Program at Fordham Uni...

    Tags: continual improvement, management systems, psychology, video, Dr. Deming, leadership, management system, motivation, red bead experiment, webcasts

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  • A Historical Look at Deming’s Career: Lecture by J. Stuart Hunter

    Every year the American Statistical Association (ASA) selects an honoree to present a Deming Lecture at their annual conference. The 2009 ASA Deming Lecture by J. Stuart Hunter, Princeton University (is available only as a .mov or .wmv download). The first part of the lecture (20 minutes) is a h...

    Tags: Dr. Deming, video, history, statistics, webcasts

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  • The Real Lessons of the Red Bead Factory

      The video shows a recorded webinar for the Healthcare Value Network by Mark Graban and Mike Stoecklein. In the video they explore the real lessons of Dr. Deming’s famous red bead factory demonstration and the principle of understanding and managing variation. Mark mentions how Bi...

    Tags: data, understanding variation, video, organization as a system, red bead experiment, webcasts

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  • Finding Joy In Learning: Applying Deming’s Theory to Schools

    Presentation by Michael King and Jane Kovacs at the 2015 Deming in Education conference – Finding Joy In Learning: Applying Deming’s Theory to Schools.   The speakers work for Quality Learning Australasia (QLA). QLA’s website has quite a bit of useful information. One ...

    Tags: education, psychology, system of profound knowledge, systems thinking, conference, joy in learning, pdsa, quality tools, webcasts

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  • 2011 ASA Deming Lecture by Roger Hoerl – Need Any Country be Poor?

      2011 ASA Deming Lecture by Roger Hoerl, GE Global Research: The World Is Calling; Should We Answer? Roger starts by discussing some areas of Deming’s work that are not getting the focus they deserve. I’d like to focus on a few areas of Dr. Deming’s career that perh...

    Tags: respect for people, video, data, evidence based management, finance, health care, statistics, webcasts

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  • Understanding Data is Often Challenging

    Using data to understand the system and validate our theories and successful improvements is an important part managing well. In some cases it is fairly easy to understand and collect data that provides a clear and accurate measure of what we care about. But getting data that helps can also be ve...

    Tags: data, systems thinking, theory of knowledge, understanding variation, evidence based management, health care, operational definition, statistics, webcasts

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  • Deming Lecture by Dr. Jeff Wu on Quality Improvement from Autos to Nanotechnology

      Deming Lecture at the 2012 ASA Joint – Quality Improvement: From Autos and Chips to Nano and Bio” by Jeff Wu, Georgia Institute of Technology. One of the points Dr. Wu mentioned is Shewhart called common causes, chance causes, and special causes, assignable causes. I must say...

    Tags: data, process thinking, video, control charts, Dr. Deming, engineering, experimentation, history, process improvement, quality tools, special cause, statistics, webcasts

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  • Industrial Statistics – Research vs Practice

      2013 American Statistical Association (ASA) Deming Lecture: Industrial Statistics – Research vs Practice by Vijay Nair, University of Michigan. In his talk Dr. Nair referenced the article, W. Edwards Deming: The Story ofa Truly Remarkable Person, by Robert B. Austenfeld. He also re...

    Tags: process thinking, video, control charts, interaction, research, spc, statistics, webcasts

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