Steve Unwin on the Spirit of Quality and the Search for Answers

October 6, 2010 by

 

Steve Unwin

 

Steve Unwin provides entertaining yet unquestionably valuable insights to modern life in his Access to Excellence newsletters. In “Illusions – What happened to the spirit of quality?”, he presents the three illusions — time, money, and quality — that may hinder the possibilities of having a better lifestyle.  He questions the “drumbeat of quality” – therefore to do more with less, whether this be less effort, less cost, less time or less waste.   In “The search isn’t for the answer,” Steve addresses man’s persistent need for answers and solutions. He explains that often the outcome does not appear to matter to people/organisations as much as the need to be seen to be doing something (however, incorrect the action might be).  Steve emphasises the need to continually ask questions.

Other areas of interest in the newsletters are “Children of Chernobyl,” Steve’s way of reminding us of the existence of the people in Belarus; and an offer of a book review opportunity for Six Days, the story of a simple business manager who found a way to view the world in a different light.

To download “Illusions – What happened to the spirit of quality?” click here

To download “The search isn’t for the answer” click here  

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