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12 Days to Deming Study Program
August 11 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 amFree
This free study program consists of the 12 Days to Deming Active Learning Course created by Dr. Henry Neave, author of The Deming Dimension, and facilitated weekly one hour long online group sessions where participants share their learnings and insights.
We are delighted to be joined in the group study sessions by Dr. Jackie Graham who had the privilege of working alongside Dr. Deming and Dr. Neave. Jackie will mentor us as we progress through the course.
The facilitated group sessions run from 8am to 9am, with participants welcome to stay online longer to continue discussion if desired.
All of the study sessions will be facilitated by Richard Hamilton and conducted using Microsoft Teams. The sessions will be recorded and be available for the group and Dr Henry Neave, and Andrei Cojoaca, (coordinator of our sister study group based in Canada).
Session 1: Introduction session, 11/8/22. 8am – 9.30am;
AMA [Ask Me Anything] – At this session, we will confirm logistics, meet fellow students, share what we would like from 12 Days to Deming, and maybe share a little of ourselves. We will discuss the ‘PLEASE START HERE’ document. Please allow 90 minutes for the initial meeting.
Session 2-13: 12 Days to Deming, each Thursday 8am – 9am from 11/8 through to 17/11;
The material is arranged in a particular order to facilitate your grasping of concepts before moving to the next. Each session covers one day of the material. It is mandatory to read the material of a given study day, prior to the group discussion. It can be useful to study one day ahead, however, it is not generally recommended to study too far ahead of the group. This is an active learning course and there will be opportunity to challenge your thinking within the embedded activities. The 13th day concludes a Q & A for statistics, and a final wrap up/concluding remarks from Dr Jackie Graham.
The material is arranged for self-study. The expectation is that you will complete the study for a particular day, and exchange thoughts, insights, concerns, experiences etc, with the broader group.