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This is our presentation during our Ellective subject, sad to say, this type of file is 2003 version, my original file was 2010 version that has animation when played but it's ok it can still show the ...

This is our presentation during our Ellective subject, sad to say, this type of file is 2003 version, my original file was 2010 version that has animation when played but it's ok it can still show the slides, it may look messy on the preview but worth it when downloaded.

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    • 6 TEENS PRODUCTIONS PROUDLY PRESENTS
    • American Statistician William Edward Deming At Sioux City, time Once upon a Iowa On October 14, 1900 Author Professorof the Quality Evolution FatherConsultant Lecturer
    • ContributionsDeming developed a process, basedon Shewharts, using statisticalcontrol techniques that alertedmanagers of the need to intervene inthe production process.
    • ContributionsHe then utilized these techniquesduring World War II whileworking on government warproduction.
    • ContributionsIn 1947 Douglas MacArthur and theU.S. State Department sent Demingto Japan to help the war-devastatedJapanese manufacturing plants.
    • ContributionsHe introduced these "statistical processcontrol" methods in a series of lectureson statistical methods to Japanesebusinessmen and engineers. TheJapanese were an attentive audienceand utilized Demings ideas readily.They found him charming andconsiderate and listened to his ideas.
    • ContributionsHis concept of employees workingtoward quality fit well into theirpersonal ideas. His philosophy wentbeyond statistical quality control andencouraged building quality into theproduct at all stages.
    • 14 points for managementEliminate exhortations, and targets for the workCreate a the system constantly. andImprove plan; publish the aimsforce; provide methods of achievement.purposes of the organization. force.Institutenumerical quotas for the workEliminate training.Learn and adopt the new philosophy Remove barriers that rob people ofTeach and institute leadership.of quality.pride for workmanship.Drive out the purpose of trust, andUnderstand fear, create inspection;Encourage education and selfcreate a climate for innovation.stop depending on inspection.improvement for everyone.Optimize the efforts of teams, groupsStop awarding to accomplish theMake action business based onand staff areas. make it everyones job.price alone.transformation,
    • BOOKS
    • Some of his quotations Jay JaelFIN 6 TEENS ThomasPabelonia Jessica Gundaya Ann & Anna Kristine Ola Josiebel The Guinayao Toledo Presentors: Olpindo "I must be managed. Itherenot think that people will "A system problem is at the top; "The"Experience by itself teaches nothing." manage expect notwhat you inspect." "The workeritself.is miracles. American "You cantrust; alltothe problem. the expect is themselves in The Left management others problem." data.”"“In God we Westernmanagement thinks the must that bring world, components become problem is at the top! selfish, competitive. Wecopy from they can just can not afford the Management!" destructive effect of competition." Japan—but they dont know what to copy!"