Dr. W. Edward Deming is best known for reminding management that most problems are systemic and that it is management’s responsibility to improve the systems so that workers (management and non-management) can do their jobs more effectively 😉 Deming argued that higher quality leads to higher productivity, which, in turn, leads to long-term competitive strength 😉 It is believed that quality improvements lead to lower prices and greater productivity 😎 This happens because of fewer rework and mistakes and more effective use time and material. Higher quality, lower prices will allow a company to gain more market share. This allows them to keep their doors open and provide more employment. 
Surprisingly, an entirely new study has been made by better-operations.com Reports that the 1980s quality experts are still thinking about what to do with the new literature on lean and co. Is it possible to go beyond the original idea? Do we say the exact same things with fancy new words or do they move beyond their original ideas? When I was writing a paper to submit for TQM Journal, the wisdom of 80s struck me. What a treasure trove of wisdom. It is too crucial knowledge not to keep as a blast from the past. For competitiveness, the concepts of Juran Taguchi Garvin Crosby Shingo Deming Feigenbaum and Ishikawa are still fundamental. Here are the main contributions to each one of these top-eight quality Gurus. Bravo to all the gurus Alysha Newsome edited this article on February 6, 2020. 
Encyclopaedia.com It is important to note that quality management means the process of managing all aspects of production to create a superior product. The focus of quality management is on customer satisfaction and satisfying customer needs. Everyone in the company has responsibility for the product’s quality. These are the three basic principles of quality management: teamwork, quality and proactive management. Qualitative management is not a single doctrine derived from a particular individual or idea—it is a collection of ideas—but there is a core group of contributors known as the Quality Gurus. They are: Dr. W. Edwards Deming; Dr. Joseph Juran; Philip Crosby; Shigeo Shingo; Dr. Genichi Tabuchi, Dr. Kaoru Itshikawa, Armand V. Feigenbaum and Dr. H. James Harrington. Each of the Quality Gurus has had an important impact on quality. Impact on the world through their contributions to improving not only businessesAll organizations include state and national governments as well as military organisations, education institutions and healthcare providers. Ashira Grossman, London, United Kingdom was the last to amend this document 33 days ago.