Journal for Quality and Participation - Summer 2006 - ASQ

Journal for Quality and Participation - Summer 2006

Volume 29 • Number 2


  • Editor’s Notebook (PDF, 52 KB)
    Constantly Changing
  • In My View… (PDF, 84 KB)
    Leadership Versus Management: What's the Difference?
    James Kotterman
    The terms leadership and management are often used interchangeably. Research shows how they overlap and how they diverge.
  • Creating a Shift (PDF, 56 KB)
    What Managers Can Learn From Churchill and Roosevelt
    Rick Maurer
    The advantages of meeting face-to-face far outweigh the inconveniences-even Churchill and Roosevelt were convinced of the added value of the approach.
  • Resources for Success (PDF, 58 KB)
    Books and articles/conference proceedings from ASQ’s Quality Information Center and other sources can provide more information on storytelling.
  • This Issue in Summary (PDF, 48 KB)
    Overviews of the key articles in this issue to help you prioritize your reading.


Featured Topic: Energizing Change

  • Change: Innovation in the Corporate DNA (PDF, 82 KB)
    Robert M. Price
    Insights from the book, The Eye for Innovation: Recognizing Possibilities and Managing the Creative Enterprise, can help you jump-start and foster innovation and creativity in your organization.
  • New Views on Leadership Coaching (PDF, 80 KB)
    Michael Wakefield
    Brief solution-focused coaching offers a straightforward method for helping associates break old patterns of thinking and focus on positive change, as described in the book, The CCL Handbook of Coaching: A Guide for the Leader Coach.
  • Special Section: Change in Education

  • Change From the Heart (PDF, 69 KB) Open Access
    Caroline J. Roettger
    In times of change, teachers and administrators must face the risk that failure will substantially diminish the education of children. With the stakes so high, the rationale for change and the conditions needed to support the change process must be in place, along with a large component of personal commitment.
  • Challenges of Change: Insights From a California Project (PDF, 69 KB)
    Susan Leddick
    This case study describes how a proven school improvement model was tested in a challenging environment, generating substantial achievements in a very short time frame.

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