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November 10, 2010

an interesting story

Today I read an interesting story which is about two dinosaurs. One of them realized that there would be a competition for foliage so that he believed change was necessary. In this case, he shrank his body in order to become lighter and more flexible while other dinosaurs did nothing about themselves. Unfortunately, one day when he was sleeping under a tree, the other one came, without noticing his cousin. The first dinosaur ended up his life quickly after the bigger one stepped on his small body. The author wrote the funny story because he wanted us to think about change in quality management. Change is necessary in a company as it is a crucial factor in continuous improvement. However, change could have both good and bad qualities as it mentioned in the story. Though the first dinosaur is flexible and fast enough, he became too small to see. It might be good for a company in one aspect if some changes could be done. However, the bad effects and results of the changes should be considered and analyzed to see whether it is still worth to change. I enjoy the story very much as it really gives a good example in quality management, especially in change.

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