TQM vs. LO LO11665

Richard K. Berger (rkberger@rkb.com)
Sun, 05 Jan 1997 10:44:01 -0500

Replying to LO11629 -- was: Intro -- Jeff Marchek

Hello Jeff (and of course Ben who will read this):

I am interested that you are tyring to push your employer from a TQM to a
learning organization. Could you please explain your understanding of the
difference between the two, why you want to advance the change, and how
you believe you can get organizati ons to make these kind of changes.

-- rkb

At 10:57 AM 1/2/97 -0700, you wrote:

>I first heard about this list from Ben Compton. Ben and I both work
>together at Novell, trying to push them from the "TQM" model to that of a
>learning organization. I guess you have learn to crawl before you walk :)
>My background is in Information Management. I have jumped back and forth
>between technical and project management roles over the last several
>years. Lately, I have become very interested in the concept of LOs and
>what they promise to do for business and society.


"Richard K. Berger" <rkberger@rkb.com>

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