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The Myth of PDCA and ACCRA (c)

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The Myth of PDCA and ACCRA (c)

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THE PDCA-CYCLE MIGHT NOT BE APPLICABLE in situations where change is unplanned or emergent. In situations of planned change the Deming cycle is used worldwide and proven to be very effective. However in an emergent change process the PDCA might not be the applicable. These emergent changes increase. In those cases, like Lao Tzu said: ‘A good traveller has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving’. Studying cultures that have another view on planning might help to find a new approach that fits in times of emergent change. Experiences in Africa lead to a new model for change called ACCRA (c). It also has reflection-in-action as its core. But it requires attention to people, considering the context and showing commitment as well along the whole process. This article describes the design and first experiences with a new approach for improvement in emergent change processes.

OrganisatieFontys Hogescholen
Gepubliceerd inConference proceedings European Organisation for Quality, Gothenburg, Vol. 2014
Datum2014-06-11
TypeArtikel
TaalEngels

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