"Covey, Deming, and Senge: Dealing with Radical and Uncertain Change"
Author: Smith, Glenn R.
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: July/August 2006
Discusses the work of three writers who have advocated preparing for the future, each in their own way, by returning to the basics of focusing on the individual employee, developing a clear vision, and thinking in terms of total systems: W. Edward Deming (1900-1993), Penter Senge (1947-) and Stephen Covey (1932-). Compares their three philosophies and how each provide insights on individual transformation, vision, and systems thinking. Includes endnotes.
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