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Inside Quality Digest Live for March 10, 2017

From lean, to audits, to corporate management: It all boils down to remembering the basics

Published: Monday, March 13, 2017 - 12:00

In this week's Quality Digest Live: Lean Ben Franklin... who knew? Could the root cause of some manmade catastrophes simply be a lack of basics like humility, integrity, communication, and positivity? Connected spenders is what you want. And what’s the most important question to ask about your audit program?

“A Short History of Lean”

The history of lean goes back further than you might think.

 

“The Most Important Question to Ask About Your Audit Program”

Effectively leveraged, audit information can transform organizations. Tom Middleton of Sparta Systems tells us why.

“Report Identifies New Consumer Group: Connected Spenders”

The Demand Institute’s latest research finds connected spenders are a better predictor of consumer spending than income-based approaches.

“The Small Will Survive and Thrive,” with Dr. Randall Bell

Like the cornerstones of a building, there are basic foundational elements we must maintain to continue operating on a high level. These basic elements can be summed up as humility, integrity, communication, and positivity.

 

Tune in this coming Fri., March 17, 2017, for our next show. You can watch us either on our home page or our dedicated player page. See you there!

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Dirk Dusharme is Quality Digest’s editor in chief.