No amount of authority can fix a broken system.

Merit and Incentive based, “Do your best”, reward-oriented management is a recipe for failure in school and work if the system itself is broken.

Dr. Deming is the man who transformed the Japanese economy in the 1950s completely by teaching Systems Thinking.

Here is a demonstration of how the best of intentions by workers and management alike will result in failure when nobody notices the system is broken.  No amount of authority can fix a broken system.

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