Seminar – Transform Your Business with Dr Deming’s 14 points

It’s engaging, yet challenging. He asks you how to think and consider the ideas as they can be applied to yourself

It’s engaging, yet challenging. He asks you to think and consider the ideas as they can be applied to yourself. His delivery is clear and concise. I would definitely recommend this seminar to others because it makes you think outside the box. Take a look at management from all levels and learn how to raise the bar for your company as a whole.”– Lucy Thorpe

Andrew’s presentation and style of delivery is very open for discussion and he gave lots of examples

“Andrew’s presentation and style of delivery is very open for discussion and he gave lots of examples. I would recommend this seminar to senior management in any company. They need to learn another management concept.” – Sanguan Wiboonkanchanakul

 

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The main teachings of Dr. Deming are simply explained through his 14 Points for business. Andrew Stotz, his former student, will show how this checklist can lead to new thinking and a new leadership style.

Quality Is the Responsibility of Top Management

Quality starts at the top. Learn that quality is so important that it must be embraced by senior management, not delegated to others in the organization. Transform old thinking that improved quality must come at a cost and replace it with new thinking that improved quality can actually reduce costs.

Create a Workplace of Quality and Employee Satisfaction

Bad quality is not the fault of your workers, rather it is the fault of top management. It is amazing to think that most employees are dissatisfied with their work and the way they are treated at work. Transform your thinking to help each employee to begin to gain pride in their work so that they contribute more to the long-term development of the business.

Develop Systems Thinking and a New Way to Acquire Knowledge

Old thinking rarely brings new results. In this seminar, you will be challenged to see the flaws of western-style management. You will be driven to transform your thinking about your business toward systems-based thinking. In addition, you will learn tools that Dr. Deming used to understand variation and to acquire knowledge in your company.

How would you like to learn?

Seminar

This live seminar will change your mind about conventional management methods. With examples and personal experiences Andrew inspires you to start the transformation of your business today

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Book / eBook

This short and easy-to-understand book has the power to transform how you think about business, and can be used as a guide for you and your employees in the transformation of your business

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Online Course

This interactive online course lets you and your employees learn about Deming’s teachings as well as test your knowledge on your journey to transform of your business

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One on One Mentoring

“Educate, Empower and Excite” is the backbone of my philosophy. It is my aim to share this with as many people as I can. If this resonates with you and you feel that I could offer support and guidance then I would gladly schedule a regular meet up weither that is online, via Skype or some other medium, or face to face. Click To Schedule Today

Seminar Schedule

Start-End Time Activity
8:30 – 9:00 0:30 Registration
9:00-  10:30 1:30 Transform how you think about the future of your business
10:30 – 10:45 0:15 Break
10:45 – 12:15 1:30 Transform how you think about quality and competition
12:15 – 13:15 1:00 Lunch
13:15 – 14.:45 1:30 Transform from managing to leading your employees
14:45 – 15:00 0:15 Break
15:00 – 16: 30 1:30 Build the transformation into your business
16:30 – 17:00 0:30 Q&A, evaluation

How would you like to learn?

  • Pre-workshop employee survey
  • Printed version of published book
  • Free access to Andrew’s weekly Q&A webinar
  • In-seminar quizzes
  • Two-day seminar

Andrew’s session was fun and easy to understand

Andrew’s session was fun and easy to understand. He gave many real world examples of his own to support the ideas in the presentation. I personally enjoyed the session a lot. I would recommend this seminar to others because it opens up a whole new (or different) way of thinking. It definitely will benefit other attendees in the same way. The perfect audience would be business leaders– Jon Chen

Andrew was very engaging and approachable. He related his information in a very understandable format

Andrew was very engaging and approachable. He related his information in a very understandable format. This seminar was great on so many levels. It helped me to see a different approach to new business and management styles. This seminar is great for anyone in business, new entrepreneurs, or anyone who is open to outside the box thinking. – Jerry Gonzales

I liked the way that Andrew gave live examples with Deming’s teaching

I liked the way that Andrew gave live examples with Deming’s teaching. I would recommend this seminar to all CEO’s and top management people. They need to know this to transform a company.– Peter Lo

Good presentation skills and an open mind to talk to

Good presentation skills and an open mind to talk to.– Marbo Wang

Love the way of sharing experiences from the past

“Love his way of sharing experiences from the past, it made it much easier to understand Dr. Deming’s theory. I would recommend this seminar to others, and see his target audience as middle size business companies. Those who are still defining their path out.– Kuo Chang-yang

Down to earth with real life examples

Down to earth with real life examples. It is hard to argue with the facts he presented.– Voravuth Bill Chengsupanimit

He has a freestyle point straight to the heart

He has a freestyle point straight to the heart. I would recommend to everyone who wants to grow up, both the businessman and financial banker.– Chung-Kai

Using real case studies makes it easier for the student to understand

Using real case studies makes it easier for the student to understand.” – Chattana Nilparuk

Andrew’s most influential style is based on real life application from his own business with an emphasis on “ What works best” for each business. Not a one rule for all approach

Andrew’s most influential style is based on real life application from his own business with an emphasis on “ What works best” for each business. Not a one rule for all approach. We can always learn new approaches to business or improve where we currently are no matter how good we think our business is. It is when we stop being open to new perspectives and ideas, that we stop growing – Daniel Remon

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