這篇收入2001出版的 Handbook of Public Quality ManagementBy Stupak/Leitner
Stupak/Leitner - 2001 - Political ScienceThe Man Who Discovered Quality: How W. Edwards Deming Brought the Quality ...W. Edwards Deming, monograph, Johns Hopkins University, Bahimore, MD.
W. Edwards Deming’s mentor and others who made a significant impact on his views during the 1920s and 1930s
Beth Blankenship, Peter B. Petersen
Journal of Management History
Year: 1999 Volume: 5 Issue: 8 Page: 454 - 467Publisher:
MCB UP Ltd
Abstract:W. Edwards Deming, famous for his work with the Japanese following the Second World War, had a unique set of theories and approaches that were clearly his own. While much has been written about his experience and views, this article will focus on those individuals who made a significant impact on the formation of his views during the 1920s and 1930s and what he gained from each of them. Walter A. Shewhart was clearly the individual who had the most profound influence on Deming’s views and subsequent approaches to quality. But more than an influence, Shewhart was Deming’s mentor. Others who influenced Deming during this period include: Clarence Irving Lewis, Sir Ronald A. Fisher, and Jerzy Neyman. Those who wish to understand Deming’s theories can gain from studying Deming’s experience and views. In addition, a more detailed understanding of Deming can be gained by also studying the work and theories of those who influenced him.
透過英國 DAVID KERRIDGE教授介紹 我與作者連落過一次 約2001
1999年10月，『洛杉磯時報』(the Los Angeles Times)選20世紀50位著名商界影響人物The 50: People Who Most Influenced Business This Century，戴明(W. Edwards Deming 1900-93)和麥克阿瑟將軍( General Douglas MacArthur--Wikipedia article "Douglas MacArthur".)同登改變日本戰後經濟之人物。