Deming’s 14 points– Make “transformation” everyone’s job

Published On: December 1st, 2014|Categories: Blog|

Our continuing ode to Dr. W. Edwards Deming and his book titled “Out of the Crisis” summarizing his famous 14-point management philosophy.

Deming Point # 14 – Make “transformation” everyone’s job

Improve your overall organization by having each person take a step toward quality, leave no one behind to be the weak link.

Analyze each small step, in the context of the bigger picture and how it fits into that larger picture.

Use effective change management systems to introduce the concepts of what you are doing. Introduce the framework, the tools and the goal that improvement is continuous, due to constant change there is no end point.


More blog posts about Deming’s 14 points:

#1- Create a constant purpose toward improvement.

#2-Adopt the new philosophy

#3-Stop depending on inspections

#4-Use a single supplier for any one item

#5-Improve constantly and forever

#6-Use training throughout the work cycle

#7-Implement Leadership

#8-Eliminate fear

#9-Break down barriers between departments

#10-Get rid of unclear slogans

#11-Eliminate management by objectives

#12-Remove barriers to pride of workmanship

#13-Implement education and self-improvement

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