W. Edwards Deming’s Fourteen Management Points vs Traditional Management

Generally, we cannot differentiate Deming’s Philosophy from Traditional Management. Traditional Management mostly applies to Human Resource Management while Deming’s apply mostly on product or industrial management. I will try to compare each Deming’s Management Points and Traditional Management by combining Product/Industrial Management and People Management. These are Deming’s 14 Management Points vs Traditional Management(TM): 1. … Continue reading

Positive Management Workshop for Supervisors in Subic

MAGNITUDE Human Resource Development presents POSITIVE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP FOR SUPERVISORS IN SUBIC November 19 & 20, 2009 (Thursday & Friday) Managers, entrepreneurs, and supervisors will benefit from this 2-day seminar/workshop, as they will learn how to handle their subordinates, motivate them to improve performance, and discipline them effectively. They will have the opportunity to learn … Continue reading

The 3rd PMAP Luzon Summit

To all: PMAP Luzon Chapters invite everyone to join the 3rd PMAP Luzon Summit, to be held in 8 Waves Water Park and Hotel in San Rafael, Bulacan. With a theme “Achieving People’s excellence in tough times”. The summit will offer big ideas to People Managers drawing from the acclaimed and award winning experiences in … Continue reading

David McClelland’s Theory of Needs

Over the years behavioral scientists have observed that some people have an intense need to achieve; others, perhaps the majority, do not seem to be as concerned about achievement. This phenomenon has fascinated David C. McClelland. For over twenty years he and his associates in Harvard University studied this urge to achieve. McClelland’s research led … Continue reading