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Quality for ALL: The Power of LEO

Quality for ALL: The Power of LEO

Note: This article appears currently in the January/February 2012 issue of  European Business Review Quality for ALL: The Power of LEO By Subir Chowdhury The “New” Face of Quality At a time when we have, more than ever, an abundance of impressive management tools to help us ratchet up performance, many businesses have made only […]

“The Power of LEO” debuts...

“The Power of LEO” debuts to rave reviews

The Power of LEO, by award winning author and global authority on quality, Subir Chowdhury, has debuted to rave reviews!  The Power of LEO is the long awaited follow-up book to best seller The Ice Cream Maker, which introduced the world to the concepts of LEO – Listen-Enrich-Optimize. While the The Ice Cream Maker provided a […]

The State of Healthcare


Low and behold, I finally got the urge to write a blog about the State of Healthcare in the U.S.   I feel so compelled about this topic that I decided to share my thoughts about LEO and Healthcare. As we all have seen in the last few years, healthcare continues to be challenged.  The future […]

What is LEO?

What is LEO?

It’s not just the processes or methodologies that a company works with that can make them more or less successful. What is the reason that some succeed and some don’t when implementing the same initiatives and methodologies (i.e. Six Sigma, DFSS, Lean, etc.)? There are always plenty of variables, but one of the most critical factors in answering […]

Wishing we could ‘Enrich’...

Wishing we could ‘Enrich’ political campaigns

A few weeks ago Obama began his bid for re-election in 2012. Don’t worry; this won’t turn into a political blog… But when I heard this, it got me thinking. I was reminded of the last elections in 2010. I remember telling my wife during campaign/election season that it was tough to figure out how […]

Power to the People!

Power to the People!

While I was pumping my gas the other day, I noticed an advertisement sign sitting on the top of the gas pump.  The sign said that if all Americans would keep their tires inflated to the proper pressure, as recommended by the manufacturer, we could collectively save 700 million gallons of gasoline per year.  The […]


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