Lessons from the 1950's - The World Has been RESET and we need to re-think how we approach and do business and live our lives.
IT'S TIME TO GET BACK TO 'basics" !
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The world is in an economic crisis that may prove to be as or more serious than the 1930's. Businesses are closing; people are out of work as jobs just go away; banks are in trouble; people are losing their homes; credit is gone and peoples lives are in ruins compared to what they had expected. Europe and Asia are experiencing much the same as the USA and no one believes that it will ever return to how it was when the good times rolled.
Look at Japan at the end of World War II, look at their situation, their condition, their despair.
Maybe there is a lesson in history after all?
After World War II, they invited Dr. W. Edwards Deming to come and teach them about Quality and he did. One after one, Japan's new companies started taking market share from their German and USA
competitors - Sony, Panasonic, Honda, Toyota, and on and on the list grew.
OK, so maybe Japan is in hardship again and their social fabric strained. But, my bet is that it will recover and
perhaps those in the USA and Europe should pay some attention to the teachings of D. W Edwards Deming and his 14 Principles of Management (14 Points).
Our product The Red Bead Experiment (The Bead Box Game) was developed for Dr.
Deming in March 1982. It was used extensively by Dr. Deming until his death in 1994 to teach the
fundamentals of his beliefs to managers, companies, organizations and governments worldwide.
The Red Bead Experiment is now still available some 26 years after it's creation.
Get started now and learn about Dr. Deming's ideas. Our 35 minute DVD is available on Amazon.com and is a great way to get started.