In the 1970s, W. Edward Demings’s pioneering work with Total Quality Management In Japan shocked American manufacturing out of a dangerous complacency.
Ever since, the business world has been intensively focused on finding systematic methods to achieve and sustain optimal quality and performance. Today, Six Sigma and similar programs deliver impressive reductions in manufacturing defects and other errors.
But boosting the performance of individuals, teams, and the enterprise requires a complementary approach that addresses the human person as methodically as Six Sigma addresses the factory floor.
The Achieve System™ recognizes that all meaningful change begins in mind – and that changing our emotional “guard” is the surest way to influence our mindset for lasting change.