Monthly Archives: October 2011

Hammers, Nails, and a Cynefin Critique

Through Twitter, I have come to know a fantastic diverse network of people around the world.  Twitter has helped me to meet people whose work I have studied and admired, and to meet others exploring similar ideas in their own … Continue reading

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Up on the Ridge: A Journey Alone, Together

Over the past few days I had the pleasure of joining a small group of remarkable people.  The group included a South African living in Australia, an American living in London, a Hungarian also living near London, and several Americans. … Continue reading

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Whose Q? GM’s New Quest for Quality

Recently, Laurel Nelson-Rowe of ASQ, interviewed Terry Woychowski of general Motors.  Terry is GM’s recently-appointed VP for Global Quality.  In the interview’s video segments at  http://asq.org/blog/2011/09/the-ps-and-qs-of-the-new-general-motors/ we get a clear discussion of Mr. Woychowski’s vision for General Motors. One thing particularly … Continue reading

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