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Beginning in May 2014, our podcasts have featured interviews with members of The Deming Institute community, including industry leaders, practitioners, educators, Deming family members, and others who share their stories of transformation and success through the innovative management and quality theories of Dr. W. Edwards Deming. The podcast is hosted, produced and edited by Tripp Babbitt. Beginning in December 2015, we have featured a variety of special topics in episodes known as “10 Minut ...
 
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“In Process” is a podcast series from Vince Mirabelli, a self-confessed process geek, and professional "pain in the ass". This series will focus on providing value to listeners through tips, tools, and trends in the process improvement, business innovation, and operational excellence space. There will be clips, rants, interviews, recorded keynotes and presentations, all in the name of improving you and your business through innovation and process, to get you away from "that's the way we've a ...
 
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In our 24th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: The 9th of Dr. Deming’s 14 Points – "Break down barriers between departments" The operation of independent kingdoms, with ratings for the performance of ea ...…
 
In our 23rd "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: The 8th of Dr. Deming’s 14 Points – "Drive out fear" Causes of fear Neuroscience and fear Impact of fear Sources of fear - performance appraisals, competit ...…
 
In our January 2019 interview podcast, his 8th session with Tripp, Superintendent David Langford reflects on the state of education, the system, and how its set up, including various ways in how schools are working to move from “theory to practice” in their understanding and application of the Deming philosophy. Highlights include: The short te ...…
 
In our 22nd "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: The 7th of Dr. Deming’s 14 Points – "Institute leadership" Management of people, including the ability to recognize different abilities Management cannot d ...…
 
In our 21st "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: The 6th of Dr. Deming’s 14 Points – "Institute training for skills" People learn in different ways The use of quotas or targets within organizations, at al ...…
 
In our 24th episode of Deming Speaks, this 20-minute excerpt from a lecture by Dr. Deming (which follows the content in episode #23) includes his thoughts on the following topics: Examples of overjustification Pats on the back Appreciation for care The most importance losses cannot be measured The expenses of training can be measured, but the b ...…
 
In our 23rd episode of Deming Speaks, this 19-minute excerpt from a lecture by Dr. Deming (which follows the content in episode #22) includes his thoughts on the following topics: Knowledge of variation is vital Operational definitions There is no such thing as the number of people in this room – whom do we count? There is a number that we get ...…
 
In our 22nd episode of Deming Speaks, this 21-minute excerpt from a lecture by Dr. Deming includes his thoughts on the following topics: Every player to support the others Good players must work together All the best parts of assorted automobiles, when taken together, will not work together, will not form a system Management often does not unde ...…
 
In our 20th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: The 5th of Dr. Deming’s 14 Points – "Improve constantly and forever the system of production and service" Start with design and an understanding of a custo ...…
 
In our second interview podcast of November 2018, Doug Hall provides an overview of his latest book, “Driving Eureka!: Problem-Solving with Data-Driven Methods & the Innovation Engineering System” (This is Tripp's third interview with Doug. Link here for the first interview and here for the second.) Highlights include: Inventing “big ideas” for ...…
 
In our November 2018 interview podcast, his 1st session with Tripp, Mike Tveite reflects on his interactions with Dr. Deming, beginning with attending a Four-Day Seminar in 1986. Mike went on to help Dr. Deming with 25 of his Four-Day Seminars, and to follow him around while he consulted with a division of General Motors. Highlights include: Mi ...…
 
In our 21st episode of Deming Speaks, this 27-minute excerpt from a lecture by Dr. Deming (which follows the content in episode #20) includes his thoughts on the following topics: The obligation of a component Some components may operate at a loss Management must understand the system What is the basis for negotiation between any two people, an ...…
 
In our 20th episode of Deming Speaks, this 26-minute excerpt from a 1992 lecture by Dr. Deming includes his thoughts on the topics below: (This is the first part of the lecture, with part 2 to follow in our 21st episode) Why transformation is not enough? The individual components of a system will reinforce each other to support the aim of the s ...…
 
In our 19th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: The 4th of Dr. Deming’s 14 Points – “End the practice of awarding business on the basis price tag alone" Minimize total cost (of ownership), overall (life- ...…
 
In our latest podcast for October 2018, Tripp interviewed Southern Utah University Professor Ravi Roy and Department of Aviation Director, Michael ("Mike") Mower, following their presentation at The Deming Institute's 2018 Conference. Highlights include: Changing aviation training through the Deming Philosophy Mike meets Kevin Cahill during a v ...…
 
In our latest interview podcast of 2018, Tripp interviewed Chris Chapman, Josef Pishek, Jacob Smith, and Denise Murray, all first-time attendees of a Deming Institute Conference. Highlights include: The radical concept of running a company without performance reviews Why Deming - Why India, presented by Balaji Reddie Navigating the noise Shifti ...…
 
In our 19th episode of Deming Speaks, this 32-minute excerpt from a 1991 seminar by Dr. Deming continues with him conducting his world-famous Red Bead Experiment (see Episode #18 for the first part of this experiment), all the while offering commentary on the following topics: The use of threats on Willing Workers Keeping the place (White Bead ...…
 
Government agencies are usually not the first place you think would be adopters of Lean Six Sigma practices. Yet those that do; that have seen how effective it can be as a management approach, use it with great effect and impact. The US VA is one such place, and in this episode, we'll hear from Jonathon Guyer, who shares his experience and insi ...…
 
In our 18th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: The 3rd of Dr. Deming’s 14 Points – “Cease dependence on inspection" Inspection to improve quality is too late More inspection does not improve quality Whi ...…
 
In our 18th episode of Deming Speaks, this 25-minute excerpt from a 1991 seminar by Dr. Deming begins with him conducting his world-famous Red Bead Experiment, all the while offering commentary on the following topics: The way to improvement Use of posters Confusion about the need for white beads, not red beads Merit increases Spilling beads Pr ...…
 
Let's be honest...when we think of great customer experiences, we generally don't think of the services we get from government agencies and departments. And yet, there is no better place to start with CX, to benefit the needs of your citizens. In this episode of In Process, Vince sits down to chat with Stephanie Thum, who has played a huge role ...…
 
In our 17th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: The 2nd of Dr. Deming’s 14 Points – “Adopt the new philosophy” Teach it to employees, suppliers, and put it into practice The 7 Deadly Diseases Freedom wit ...…
 
Having a good strategy for engaging your employees could be the difference between success and failure in your business. But its not enough to simply strategize; you actually have to do something about it. In this, the first episode of the re-launched In Process, my guest, Robert Hanimyan of Empoww (www.empoww.com) shares his perspective on the ...…
 
Quick, hands up, everyone who is working on a project or program related to transforming your organizations to be more "digital". Man, that's a lot of hands... Digital often feels like, at least as of this posting, an over used buzz word in that, we expect all our problems to be solved by digital...but underneath the sexy, digital layer, lies t ...…
 
In our 17th episode of Deming Speaks, this 18-minute excerpt from a lecture by Dr. Deming (which follows the content in episode #16) includes his thoughts on the following topics: What do you think we ought to do? Where's the crisis? Customer expectations Who asked for pneumatic tires? Where does innovation come from? Where are the makers of ca ...…
 
In our 16th episode of Deming Speaks, this 20-minute excerpt from a lecture by Dr. Deming includes his thoughts on the following topics (with references to examples in his book, Out of the Crisis): What kind of problems? If you're worried about your competition, you are not doing your job Nothing can do you so much harm as a lousy competitor Ar ...…
 
In our 16th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: Dr. Deming’s 14 Points, to be viewed as a system Point #1 – "Create constancy of purpose" The need for planning and knowledge Problems of today and problem ...…
 
In our 15th episode of Deming Speaks, this 19-minute excerpt from a lecture by Dr. Deming includes his thoughts on the following topics: Applications of the Deming philosophy in the service industry Awareness of customer needs Time needed to judge quality of service Do people care about service? Postal service - U.S. vs elsewhere Railway servic ...…
 
In our 14th episode of Deming Speaks, this 16-minute excerpt from a 1980 lecture by Dr. Deming (which concludes the content in episodes 12 and 13) includes his thoughts on the following topics: Lack of awareness by management of quality levels The role of a statistician Lack of operational definitions Crude problems Study the system Special and ...…
 
In our second interview podcast of July 2018, Doug Stilwell shares lessons learned on his transition from a public school administrator to a professor of education at Drake University, once bitten by the Deming philosophy. (This is Tripp's second interview with Doug. Link here for the first interview.) Highlights include: Continued impact of ne ...…
 
In our 13th episode of Deming Speaks, this 23-minute excerpt from a 1980 lecture by Dr. Deming (which follows the content in episode #12) includes his thoughts on the following topics: Goals, including arbitrary ones Direction vs goals Making buggy whips, using statistical methods to improve efficiency Work standards, without a provision for me ...…
 
In our July 2018 interview podcast, his 7th session with Tripp, Superintendent David Langford reflects on the efforts of the entire staff of Ingenium Charter Schools to move from “theory to practice” in their understanding and application of the Deming philosophy. Highlights include: David’s (new) role as superintendent Ingenium operates with 6 ...…
 
In our 15th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: Applications of statistical process control (SPC) SPC as a detection tool Examples of non-manufacturing applications of SPC A request for examples to share ...…
 
In our 14th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management, including commentary by Dr. Deming. Topics in this episode include: Attempts to copy examples of success from Japanese companies The need to learn, first, why something works, before copy ...…
 
In our 13th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management, including commentary by Dr. Deming. Special thanks to Jean-Marie Gogue, Founder and President of the French Deming Association, for sharing the vintage audio file of a 1980 lecture by Dr. ...…
 
In our 12th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management, including commentary by Dr. Deming. Special thanks to Jean-Marie Gogue, Founder and President of the French Deming Association, for sharing the vintage audio file of a 1980 lecture by Dr. ...…
 
In our 12th episode of Deming Speaks, this 20-minute excerpt from a 1980 lecture by Dr. Deming includes his thoughts on the following topics: His 1950 invitation to lecture in Japan His areas of expertise and non-expertise He's not a consultant to management Interest in productivity Repeat for US companies what he did in Japan Management with n ...…
 
In our June 2018 interview podcast, his 1st session with Tripp, Jean-Marie Gogue reflects on his interactions and memories of working with Dr. Deming, beginning in November 1978 in Tokyo. Highlights include: Inviting Dr. Deming to speak in Paris in 1980 Dr. Deming's commentary on leadership Use of control charts Attending Dr. Deming's Four-Day ...…
 
In our 11th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management, including commentary by Dr. Deming. Topics in this episode include: Fear and the distortion of figures What people think they hear Beliefs which drive thinking Examples of what drives fea ...…
 
In our 11th episode of Deming Speaks, this 25-minute excerpt from a 1984 in-house presentation by Dr. Deming includes his thoughts on the following topics: What is your job? Do you need to know how others use your work? What would you mean by improvement? Suggestions How do you rate yourself on your job? Everybody does his best? Incentives Taki ...…
 
In our 10th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management, including commentary by Dr. Deming. Topics in this episode include: Management's use of visible figures alone Deming mis-quotes 7 Deadly Diseases Lack of appreciation of what is unknown a ...…
 
In our May 2018 interview podcast, his 4th session with Tripp, Kevin Cahill, Executive Director, reflects on the 25th anniversary of The Deming Institute.. Highlights include: Latest news from The Deming Institute Creating the future of the Institute Use of ED software, from Acquate 2018 Deming Institute Conference at Bryce Canyon National Park ...…
 
In our 9th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management, including commentary by Dr. Deming. Topics in this episode include: Statistical Process Control (SPC) Understanding Variation Overview of control charts Concept of a process being in a sta ...…
 
In our 10th episode of Deming Speaks, this 19-minute excerpt from a 1984 in-house presentation by Dr. Deming includes his thoughts on the following topics: What is your job? Can you know if you do your job right? Who is the judge of your work? Who is your immediate customer? How many people know how your customer uses the work you turn out? Can ...…
 
In our 8th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: Frederick Winslow Taylor and Deming management Is Deming management old and outdated? The original management consultant 4 Principles of Scientific Manageme ...…
 
In our 7th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: Highlights of recent Study Sessions of The New Economics Why are companies not using the Deming philosophy still in business? What do you need to do to eval ...…
 
In our 9th episode of Deming Speaks, this 14-minute excerpt from a 1984 presentation by Dr. Deming includes his thoughts on the following topics: The 5 Deadly Diseases of Western Management How to measure productivity vs improve productivity Lack of constancy of purpose Emphasis on short-term profits Annual system of rating salaried people Mobi ...…
 
In our 6th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: Competition vs. Cooperation Participation trophies in sports Artificial scarcity Economists and competition Critical mass for organizational transformation ...…
 
In our 5th "Deming Lens" episode, host Tripp Babbitt shares his interpretation of wide-ranging aspects and implications of Dr. Deming's theory of management. Topics in this episode include: Individual becomes suddenly aware of Win-Win Would anyone wish to do business with a loser? Pinning the blame on others How can we improve the system? The i ...…
 
In our 8th episode of Deming Speaks, this 13-minute excerpt from a 1990 presentation by Dr. Deming includes his thoughts on the following topics: Theory of Knowledge Management in any form is prediction Knowledge has temporal spread Information is not knowledge No knowledge without prediction Chanticleer the Rooster Theories of a Flat Earth and ...…
 
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