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Comparison of Deming's Points to Traditional Western Management

Comparison of Deming's Points to Traditional Western Management

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Comparison of Deming's Points to Traditional WesternManagement
Deming's Fourteen Points Western Thought
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Create constancy of purpose forimprovement of product and service.
 
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Produce as many products aspossible at the quality level whichwill sell. Caveat Emptor
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Adopt the new philosophy.
 
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People will accept what is putbefore them. The British say "throw itout and see if the dogs will eat it."
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Cease dependence on massinspection.
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Inspect quality in (‘in’ what?)- cullout the rejects and rework them.Install significant field warrantywork stations.
 
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End the practice of awardingbusiness on the price tag alone.
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Always bid and award on low price.Keep the vendors guessing andscared.
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Improve constantly and foreverthe system of production andservice.
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Find an acceptable level andmaintain it. If it is not broken – don'tfix it.
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Institute training.
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Use typical OJT. Allow the last hiredto train the new employee. Do not stopproduction for training.
 
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Institute leadership.
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Use positional authority. Lead by"doing what I say and not what I do."
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Drive out fear.
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Use fear to create an attitude of anxiety. People will work harder if they know they might be punishedfor failure to perform.
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Break down barriers between staff areas.
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Institute bureaucracy and instil anorganizational wall betweendepartments. Build as much of anempire as possible. It will improveyour chances of being promoted.Make sure no other department cando your job.
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Eliminate slogans, exhortationsand targets for the work force.
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Place slogans about quality, safetyand increased productivity around theworkplace. The employees will get themessage that we mean business.
 
 
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Eliminate numerical quotas.
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Drive all employees with quotas.Impose regional and area quotas onsalespeople. MBO means to take lastyears results and add a fixedpercentage.
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Remove barriers to pride of workmanship.
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Isolate the job functions so no oneperson or group of people can impactthe product. Take functionalspecialization to the point of needinga group of specialists to each task.
 
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Institute a vigorous program of education and retraining.
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Train an employee once and thenforget it. Literacy is not necessary.They can follow verbal instructions.
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Take action to accomplish thetransformation.
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Leave well enough alone.
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