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November 01, 2006



I remember learning about Deming during my graduate work and the University of Iowa. Strangely enough, I also remember my professor using the term "bastardized" to describe the versions of Deming's philosophy being used in education. At the time, I didn't pay his comments much attention, but I'm inspired now to go back to find my notes and re-read. Interesting.....

Several of the buzz-words have been tossed around at various meetings in my school system, and I've seen some of these management styles in action "Be a good listener, but do not compromise".

What are the options for resistance? Can anything be done?

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