The W. Edwards Deming Institute Podcast (management)


Bob Browne, former CEO of the Great Plains Coca Cola Bottling Company

Bob Browne is the former CEO of the Great Plains Coca Cola Bottling Company and soon to be author of a new book, The Sys-Tao Way, that outlines his application of the Deming Philosophy.

Bob gives a brief history of the Great Plains Coca Cola Bottling Company, his introduction to the Deming Philosophy and experiences incorporating many of the teachings into his organization. Bob states how the Four Pillars are the key to understanding Deming with a special focus on the theory of knowledge and working relationships.

He describes the difficulty of letting go of his own established paradigms while incorporating the the teachings of W. Edwards Deming - it required constancy of purpose and faith that this was a better way. Bob also shares thoughts on where a CEO or change agent starts and he discusses organizational change and adoption of these ideas

The Twitter account specifically for the Deming Institute podcasts is @DemingPodcast.

Direct download: DemingEpisode7.m4a
Category:management -- posted at: 4:44am EDT

Steven Haedrich, President of New York Label & Box Works

In this episode of the Deming Podcast, Tripp Babbitt interviews Steven Haedrich, President of New York Label & Box Works.

In his podcast, Steven talks about the rich 130-year history of New York Label & Box Works and their Deming journey which began more than 20 years ago. Steven discusses his "aha" moments around management and leadership, and quality improvements. Steven also talks about the relevance of the Deming teachings today and the keys to long-term success using the Deming method.

Steven will be sharing his experiences at the upcoming Deming Institute Fall Conference, in a presentation titled "Deming is it!" The 2014 Deming Institute Fall Conference to be held this October 17-19 in Los Angeles.

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Direct download: DemingEpisode6.m4a
Category:management -- posted at: 4:10am EDT

Dan Robertson Discusses his Deming Journey

In this episode of the Deming Podcast, Tripp Babbitt interviews Dan Robertson, Deming Institute Advisory Board member and Co-author of Deming's Profound Changes.

Dan discusses his Deming journey at Hewlett Packard and his experience writing Deming's Profound Changes with co-author Kenneth Delavigne, as a tribute to Dr. Perry Gluckman.

Dan is the Co-chair of The 2014 Deming Institute Fall Conference and shares details of the event to be held October 17-19 in Los Angeles.

Direct download: DemingEpisode4.m4a
Category:management -- posted at: 8:17am EDT

Kelly Allan Discusses the Creation of the Deming 2 1/2 Day Seminar and Current Activities of the Institute

In the second episode of The W. Edwards Deming Institute Podcast moderator Tripp Babbitt interviews Kelly Allan.  Kelly serves on The W. Edwards Deming Institute advisory board and is the senior associate of Kelly Allan Associates.

Kelly discusses the creation of the 2 1/2 day seminar and the current activities of the Institute while also touching on various aspects of the Deming management method.

We have created a Twitter account specifically for the podcasts @DemingPodcast.

Direct download: DemingEpisode2.m4a
Category:management -- posted at: 9:27pm EDT

Kevin Cahill Discusses Growing up with Dr. Deming and the Current State of The W. Edwards Deming Institute

 

The W. Edwards Deming Institute is pleased to announce the Deming Podcast.  We created a new Twitter account specifically for the podcasts @DemingPodcast (our main Twitter account is @DemingInstitute).

Deming podcast episode number one starts off our series with moderator Tripp Babbitt interviewing Kevin Cahill, the President of The W. Edwards Deming Institute and the grandson of Dr. Deming. Kevin talks about growing up with Dr. Deming and Kevin's current work with The W. Edwards Deming Institute.

 

Direct download: DemingEpisode1.m4a
Category:management -- posted at: 2:20am EDT