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As developing countries negotiate a transition from emphasis on structure to process and outcome, they have to build bridges as they cross them. Even though we are committed to a progressivism that is founded on ‘pragmatism’, given the near absence of legacy of quality as a discipline, developing countries require a slightly ‘thicker’ account of improvement,to make sense of it and make efficient use of it. Both implication and application have to be taken care.
Further more, in the construction of global quality the participation of the developing countries is also substantive and is required if it is be distinguished from ‘ quality in other countries’ perspective of the developed world. To bridge the conceptual gap we make modest attempts at theory building through our cluster of blogs. These are baby steps and by their very nature would require your sympathy. Currently, improvement science.org and statisticalthinking.org are online and can be accessed by clicking on the images below.
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