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Deming's 14 points

Research and discuss Deming's 14 points, then create an ideal process map with minimal waste. Describe how the new process will meet each of Deming's 14 points. Submit one document that contains the streamlined process map, and a second document that explains how the new process will address each of Deming's 14 points. Within your group, divide Deming's points to summarize the findings and submit those documents. The final document should include an optimal process map and an explanation of how your team has optimized the process and managerial and employee goals and communication processes to reach each of Deming's Points in the future.

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//Process mapping is a technique that represents the work process and then identifying the problem and opportunities for process improvement. While writing this paper, we will discuss Deming's 14 points and will then; create a processing map, which will show how wastages could be minimized. Lastly, we will describe how the new process will address Deming's 14 points.//

Edward Deming is an American leader, who was born in the year 1900. He has invented Total quality management (TQM). He has taught statistical process control to Japanese engineers, which allows producing high quality goods without the use of expensive machinery. Dr. Edward is known for producing innovative high quality products (Who is Dr. W. Edwards Deming, 2005). The Deming's 14 points are:

1. Stability of purpose: The point explains that the product and services that are offered to the society should be continuously improved, by allocating the resources that in a way, they can fulfill long term needs rather than only the short term needs. A plan has to be adopted, that is competitive enough and provides job today, as well as, in the future also.

2. Implement new philosophy: Since the world is changing rapidly and new technologies are being adopted, it is not profitable to accept the faults, defective materials and defective workmanship. It is necessary to adopt new philosophy, so that decline in the business and in the industry could be stopped.

3. Stop dependence on inspection: If any variations occur and they are reduced at that time only, there will be no need to check the manufactured items for defects as ...

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