Introduction to Deming Management Method

Shifting from “Me” to “We” Thinking and Action

As Dr. Deming believed, working together is fundamental to solving and preventing problems, while providing us the ability to “do more with less.”

In partnership with Aileron, the W. Edwards Deming Institute® introduces a new 8-hour immersion program, for leaders at all levels of management to focus on the foundations of teamwork and the connecting power and financial potential this provides to all organizations.

The wisdom of the decision has nothing to do with the power of the position.
-Clay Mathile

Who Should Register?

 

Presidents/ CEOs, senior management, company team members, board members, as well as customers and suppliers. Teams encouraged to attend so they can participate in collaborative learning and a common immersion experience.

What is it?

 

An 8 hour workshop spread out over two days where you’ll reveal blind spots to teamwork and learn new strategies from the Deming Management Method that will help organizations discover the vibrant benefits of a collaborative environment.

Why Sign Up?

 

You will learn how to shift organizational resources from an emphasis on solving problems to preventing problems. Ultimately creating a stronger, more prosperous organization with leaders enabled to better manage their resources, time, money, knowledge, equipment, and people.

  • UPCOMING DATES

Aug 8th - 9th, 2018

Cost

$600.00


Schedule

Aug 8th, 2018
12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Aileron campus

Aug 9th, 2018
8:00 am - 12:30 pm
Location: Aileron campus

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  • FACILITATORS

  • Bill Bellows
    Facilitator
  • Kevin Edward Cahill
    Facilitator

What to Expect

Gain Insight & Understanding Into:

  • The broad value and applicability of the Deming Management Method
  • Increasing customer delight and loyalty
  • Better leadership decision making and ROI
  • Practices that lead to greater innovation, productivity, and competitiveness

Discover Opportunities for You & Your Organization to:

  • Focus resources on problem prevention rather than fire-fighting
  • Demonstrate the value of “analysis of root causes” instead of “root cause” thinking
  • Promote discussion about systems thinking and who is part of the system; leading to savings and increased customer value
  • Unleash the ability to do more with less resources
  • Remove fear, boost motivation and collaboration
  • Improve quality and continually improve

Stop Wanting a Better Business and Start Building a Better Business.