The Graduate School Now Accepting Nominations for 2011 W. Edwards Deming
Edwards Deming Award is awarded annually to a government
organization that demonstrates transformative training excellence. The
award encourages organizations to pursue employee education initiatives
that will measurably improve the organization’s performance and impact
The award’s namesake is Dr. W. Edwards Deming, a 20-year
instructor at the School who is known as the father of Total Quality
Management. His work has been described as the third stage of the
Industrial Revolution and incorporated the idea that employees at all
levels of private industry and government have a responsibility to
cooperate to produce excellent products and services.
Since 1921, the Graduate
School has served the D.C. metro community and is dedicated to
providing training and educational programs in public service. An
independent, not-for-profit accredited educational institution; the
School is dedicated to academic excellence and lifelong learning.
Deadline for submissions is
January 25, 2011, 5:00 pm Central Time.
Recognition among your peers
and good company with previous award winners that including:
National Park Service, Park Facility Management Division, 2010
United States Air Force’s Directorate of Legal Information Services,
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of
Departmental Operations and Coordination, 2007