There Is No Substitute for Knowledge


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There Is No Substitute for Knowledge
101020310102041011205There Is No Substitute for Knowledge (Information Is Not Knowledge)In a speech at Dowling College in May 1990, Deming said that you "cannot force knowledge on anybody. They have to ask for it."Everywhere he went, Deming saw tables of data, computer printouts, and information of all types, but little knowledge. People didn't know how to get knowledge, he said. Deming would point at tables of data and say, "Tons of figures—no knowledge."Students in school at all levels memorize information ra…
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JOYCE NILSSON ORSINI, PhD,: Essential Deming: Leadership Principles from the Father of Quality. There Is No Substitute for Knowledge, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export