What do you mean by ‘System of Profound Knowledge’ described by Deming?

What do you mean by ‘System of Profound Knowledge’ described by Deming?

a) Management by positive co-operation
b) Management by negative co-operation
c) Management by unstable co-operation
d) Management by pessimistic co-operation

Answer: a
Explanation: The system of profound knowledge is described by Deming. It means management by positive co-operation. There are four key elements of the system of profound knowledge. They are Appreciation for a system, Knowledge of statistical theory, Theory of knowledge, and Knowledge of Psychology.

More Questions on Quality Gurus – Deming

  1. According to Deming’s 14 points, the vigorous program of education and self – improvement must be ________
  2. According to Deming’s 14 points, the barrier to the pride of workmanship should be ______
  3. Which of the following is not a key element of the ‘System of Profound Knowledge’?
  4. Which of the following does not belong to ‘Seven Deadly Diseases of Management’?
  5. Which of the following does not belong to ‘Seven Deadly Diseases of Management’?
  6. What is the other name of Deming’s cycle?
  7. Which of the following does not belong to Deming’s 14 points on route to quality?
  8. Which of the following does not belong to Deming’s 14 points on route to quality?
  9. According to Deming’s 14 points, which of the following is the meaning of ‘Cease dependence on inspection to achieve quality’?
  10. According to Deming’s 14 points, which of the following is the meaning of ‘Adopt the new philosophy’
  11. Which of the following is not a contribution made by Deming?
  12. Who among the following is not an American Quality Guru?

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