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Walton, M. (1991).  Deming management at work.
"In the words of W. Edwards Deming, 'The aim of leadership should be to improve the performance of man and machine, to improve quality, to increase output, and simultaneously to bring pride of workmanship to people. Put in a negative way, the aim of leadership is not merely to find and record failures of men, but to remove the causes of failure: to help people do a better job with less effort.' " (p. 236)
Walton, M. (1988).  The Deming Management Method.
"Fear takes a horrible toll. Fear is all around, robbing people of their pride, hurting them, robbing them of a chance to contribute to the company. It is unbelievable what happens when you unloose fear." (p. 73)

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