Monthly Archives: April 2012

164th Management Improvement Carnival

I’m happy to host the 164th Management Improvement Carnival on View From the Q this month. What’s the Management Improvement Carnival? It’s a monthly feature hosted by ASQ Influential Voices blogger John Hunter where he or a guest collects and … Continue reading

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Are Quality Professionals Happy On the Job?

No one said it’s easy to be a quality professional.  Interesting—yes. Frustrating—sometimes. (Just see feedback to last month’s post on “selling” quality.) Rewarding—it can be; we’re making a difference. Challenging—that’s a given. Maybe it shouldn’t be easy. After all, some … Continue reading

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March Roundup: Can We "Sell" Quality?

Do we need to make the case for “selling” quality in 2012? Is “selling” the wrong term for showing the C-suite the value of what we do? What would Deming say? These themes ran through the many passionate responses by … Continue reading

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