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> Bottom line; good organizations and good employees don't need to
> be "trained" and bad ones can't be taught. Deming himself refused
> to deal with any organization whose CEO wouldn't attend, which
> eliminated many hopeless companies.
Ray, you've hit the nail on the head. IMHO quality programs try to patch
the work of the few "bad ones". I'm not sure they are worth the effort or
the cost of alienating the "good ones".
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