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W. Edwards Deming Principles and Small Business Management

Are you forward thinking, opinionated and interested in improving small business management? If so, I believe this may be a place you will enjoy. When Dr. W. Edwards Deming went to Japan in the early fifties, he found a nation that was largely destroyed. He shared with Japan a vision of management that helped to transform the Country into a world leader.

Today in the West, we see huge corporations bankrupt and crumbling. Many small businesses too are failing and even more are not profitable. I believe the Fourteen Points of Dr. W. Edwards Deming are a way out of the crisis. I met Dr. Deming in 1984 and began studying his management philosophy. The transformation to my auto repair business was astounding.

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Louis Altazan
AGCO Automotive Corporation

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“I feel there is a symbiotic relationship between ignorance and arrogance. I don’t believe arrogance can exist without ignorance and ignorance is fostered by arrogance. Any that might aid an arrogant person may be convinced not to bother. Further - arrogance all but prevents the realization of a need for help at all.”
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