ASQ Section 706 February Event: Continuous Improvement
Two Guys From Italy - Banquet Room
Topic: Continuous Improvement in a “We” Organization
Presented by: Timothy Higgins
Discuss the differences between a “Me” organization and a “We” organization and how that impacts performance and improvement. Identify the necessary prerequisite conditions for constantly and forever improving the system of production and service.
During the session we will examine the inadequacies of the prevailing style of managing organizations, review the constraining trap of the thinking underlying the “Me” organization, and initiate seeing with new eyes to reveal possibilities invisible to those trapped in the prevailing thinking.
Please join us!
Retired from Rocketdyne, Tim is now a NASA Safety and Mission Assurance Specialist assigned to Rocketdyne.
He plays the beautiful game (o jogo bonito) five days a week and every day adores his Brazilian wife who saves him a fortune shopping. He and his son can be seen wandering galleries, museums and historic buildings as well as enjoying playing the beautiful game.
Among other activities, he facilitates teams engaged in cause analyses and conducts classes about the thinking and practices of W. E. Deming, Genichi Taguchi, Russell Ackoff, Edward de Bono and H. Thomas Johnson. He is a member of the In2InThinking Network Board of Directors.