Today’s episode has at its heart a really good story, about not a fictional character but someone very real - Edward Deming, revered as a management thinker who unlocked the secrets of quality by studying how manufacturing in Japan was being done. We hear from Kathy Hagler, who was presented with the opportunity to learn from Deming up close and personal. She then took what she learned and combined it with some other tools - including Strategic Doing to create an effective approach to working with nonprofit organizations. Kathy, a great storyteller, is the principal of K2OH Solutions.
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Getting to Work - Not Just Getting to Know You
Big and Small: Navigating the Creative Tension in Ecuador
Should We Be Planning to Get Back to Planning?
Civility: Recovering the Essential Ingredient for Flourishing
The Challenge of Unlocking Interlocking Systems
Finding the new in the old: where does change come from?
The Kind of Diversity That's All in Your Head
A Big Experiment: taking stock of what we've learned from this year
What's Really Happening When Change Happens
What Can Scarcity Teach Us?
Innovation Mathematics: An Introduction to Social Network Analysis
Encountering the element of surprise
Looking at the horizon...and the next one
The Future Starts Now: Are You Ready?
How to Leverage A Company's Biggest Resource
Making the Most of Opportunities in Texas
From the Basics to New Directions: Exploring Design Thinking
Getting Ready For the Next Big Disruption
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