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Deming cycle diagram the wrong way round

 
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ChasingSleep
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 09, 2008 1:52 am    Post subject: Deming cycle diagram the wrong way round Reply with quote

Did you guys ever realize this?

I saw this in the IT Skeptic blog (I think I can't post the link here).

"Here is an amusing thing: all those diagrams of the Deming Cycle turn the wrong way. Look at the drawing. This is a typical depiction of the Deming Cycle. As the wheel rolls, what order do the quadrants touch the ground (or pass any point in your vision)? Yup, opposite to the arrow. "

That's true! How could nobody ever notice that? It is everywhere: ITIL books, websites, presentations, class material (even the master class!).

Awesome! At least to me...
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