On Monday I posted about how important it is to define what you really want out of your quality process. It’s like having a mission statement for your quality initiatives. Look, your company may have a mission, but does your department have a mission? Does your program have a mission? Do YOU have a mission?
I’m reminded of two great posts from QAQnA mug-clubbers Mike Sansone and Starbucker, who recently posted their very own "Crash Davis Belief Statements". I encourage you to read them, not only because these are two quality people I respect and admire, but because they are a great read. If reading them doesn’t make you ask what your own "Crash Davis Belief Statement" would sound like and start the wheels spinning – you should check your pulse.
(btw, I’m still working on mine – I’ll keep you "posted")