Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Q-word, and the future of the “Quality Movement”

First, the up-front disclaimer.  The American Society for Quality (rightly wishing these days to be known simply as “ASQ”), has asked me to participate in their new social media initiative.  I am one of a number of people identified as … Continue reading

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Her Simpler Way: Margaret Wheatley’s “Turning to One Another”

Her Simpler Way A review of “Turning to One Another: Simple Conversations to Restore Hope to the Future,” by Margaret J. Wheatley (Berrett-Kohler, 2002)  By Bruce A. Waltuck In 1993, Meg Wheatley’s inspired vision paved the way for countless change … Continue reading

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What does it take to change? 8 Key Practices..

I have worked within ASQ, and the quality improvement community, for over 30 years.  I spent 10 of those years on the Board of Quality New Jersey, and have served for many years on the Board of the Government Division … Continue reading

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