Posts Tagged ‘definition of common sense’

The Deming Cycle — Everyone Should Know It.

September 29, 2013

The Deming Cycle, the historical basis for all Quality
Assurance Programs, helped Japan to recover after World
War II.

The Deming Cycle consists of four steps: Plan, Do, Check
the Results, and Alter the Plan if necessary.

The Deming Cycle is a good definition of common sense.
I have used it on many occasions without knowing it.

When applying the Deming Cycle, when do we learn new and
better ways of doing our task?

We learn during the fourth step of the Deming Cycle when
we Alter our Plan.

WHATIFWE were all taught the Deming Cycle as a part of
our public education?

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The Deming Cycle — Everyone Should Know It.

September 8, 2013

The Deming Cycle, the historical basis for all Quality
Assurance Programs, helped Japan to recover after World
War II.

The Deming Cycle consists of four steps: Plan, Do, Check
the Results, and Alter the Plan if necessary.

The Deming Cycle is a good definition of common sense.
I have used it on many occasions without knowing it.

When applying the Deming Cycle, when do we learn new and
better ways of doing our task?

We learn during the fourth step of the Deming Cycle when
we Alter our Plan.

WHATIFWE were all taught the Deming Cycle as a part of
our public education?

The Deming Cycle — Everyone Should Know It.

August 22, 2013

The Deming Cycle, the historical basis for all Quality
Assurance Programs, helped Japan to recover after World
War II.

The Deming Cycle consists of four steps: Plan, Do, Check
the Results, and Alter the Plan if necessary.

The Deming Cycle is a good definition of common sense.
I have used it on many occasions without knowing it.

When applying the Deming Cycle, when do we learn new and
better ways of doing our task?

We learn during the fourth step of the Deming Cycle when
we Alter our Plan.

WHATIFWE were all taught the Deming Cycle as a part of
our public education?

The Twitter Seminar On The Development Of Error Free Software Continues

August 14, 2013

ARE PROGRAMMERS SPECIAL QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGERS?

Can a software engineer be a Quality Assurance Manager?
Quality Assurance is a management task.

To find out, let us look at the beginning of all Quality
Assurance programs; i.e., the Deming Cycle.

The Deming Cycle, first used in Japan in 1947, consists of
the following four steps.

The first Deming Cycle Step is “make a plan”. The second
Deming Cycle Step is “do the plan”.

The third Deming Cycle Step is “check the results”. The
four Deming Cycle Step is “change the plan if needed”.

The Deming Cycle appears to be a concise definition of
common sense!

Would you believe it if I told you that all programmers
are Quality Assurance Managers?

No! Then would you believe it if I told you that a computer
program is a Deming Plan?

A computer program is a Deming Plan to be done at the
client’s site by a computer, not by a person.

Most Programmers do not understand that they are very special
Quality Assurance Managers.

WHATIFWE required our programmers to be special Quality
Managers? Would this be a terrible inconvenience?

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The Twitter Seminar On The Development Of Error Free Software Concludes

June 21, 2013

ARE PROGRAMMERS SPECIAL QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGERS?

Can a software engineer be a Quality Assurance Manager?  Quality Assurance is a management task.

To find out, let us look at the beginning of all Quality Assurance programs; i.e., the Deming Cycle.

The Deming Cycle, first used in Japan in 1947, consists of the following four steps.

The first Deming Cycle Step is “make a plan”. The second Deming Cycle Step is “do the plan”.

The third Deming Cycle Step is “check the results”. The four Deming Cycle Step is “change the plan if needed”.

The Deming Cycle appears to be a concise definition of common sense!

Would you believe it if I told you that all programmers are Quality Assurance Managers?

No! Then would you believe it if I told you that a computer program is a Deming Plan?

A computer program is a Deming Plan to be done at the client’s site by a computer, not by a person.

Most Programmers do not understand that they are very special Quality Assurance Managers.

WHATIFWE required our programmers to be special Quality Managers? Would this be a terrible inconvenience?

The Twitter Seminar On The Development Of Error Free Software Concludes

May 18, 2013

ARE PROGRAMMERS SPECIAL QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGERS?

Can a software engineer be a Quality Assurance Manager?  Quality Assurance is a management task.

To find out, let us look at the beginning of all Quality Assurance programs; i.e., the Deming Cycle.

The Deming Cycle, first used in Japan in 1947, consists of the following four steps.

The first Deming Cycle Step is “make a plan”. The second Deming Cycle Step is “do the plan”.

The third Deming Cycle Step is “check the results”. The four Deming Cycle Step is “change the plan if needed”.

The Deming Cycle appears to be a concise definition of common sense!

Would you believe it if I told you that all programmers are Quality Assurance Managers?

No! Then would you believe it if I told you that a computer program is a Deming Plan?

A computer program is a Deming Plan to be done at the client’s site by a computer, not by a person.

Most Programmers do not understand that they are very special Quality Assurance Managers.

WHATIFWE required our programmers to be special Quality Managers? Would this be a terrible inconvenience?

The Twitter Seminar On The Development Of Error Free Software Concludes

February 11, 2013

ARE PROGRAMMERS SPECIAL QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGERS?

Can a software engineer be a Quality Assurance Manager?  Quality Assurance is a management task.

To find out, let us look at the beginning of all Quality Assurance programs; i.e., the Deming Cycle.

The Deming Cycle, first used in Japan in 1947, consists of the following four steps.

The first Deming Cycle Step is “make a plan”. The second Deming Cycle Step is “do the plan”.

The third Deming Cycle Step is “check the results”. The four Deming Cycle Step is “change the plan if needed”.

The Deming Cycle appears to be a concise definition of common sense!

Would you believe it if I told you that all programmers are Quality Assurance Managers?

No! Then would you believe it if I told you that a computer program is a Deming Plan?

A computer program is a Deming Plan to be done at the client’s site by a computer, not by a person.

Most Programmers do not understand that they are very special Quality Assurance Managers.

WHATIFWE required our programmers to be special Quality Managers? Would this be a terrible inconvenience?