podcast cover art crisisAt Me2 Solutions we believe in Quality – but that doesn’t mean we don’t see the problems within the community.  Meredith spoke on the cultural bias in the Quality management community and you can hear her now!

In Season 4 of the Oh, Crap! podcast Meredith was interviewed about cultural bias in the Quality management community.

Episode 37 – Part 1 – Quality Industry Limitations

In part 1, she discusses the limitations the Quality industry has because of its past.  Podomatic here iTunes here

Episode 38 – Part 2 – The Biggest Problem

In part 2, she discusses the biggest problem that occurs because of the cultural bias in the Quality Industry. Podomatic here iTunes here

Episode 39 – Part 3 – Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

In part 3, she discusses how the Quality industry is trapped into a self-fulfilling prophecy because it’s biased towards who is currently using Quality. Podomatic here iTunes here

Episode 40 – Part 4 – Certifications

In part 4, she discusses that she’s not against certifications; the purpose they serve; and what needs to be done to make them more relevant. Podomatic here iTunes here

Episode 41 – Part 5 – My Story

In part 5, she discusses how she got into Quality. Podomatic here iTunes here

Episode 42 – Part 6 – Theater & Quality

In part 6, she discusses how Quality is applied in theater and why it’s germane. Podomatic here iTunes here

Episode 43 – Part 7 – Quality Tools

n part 7, she discusses how useful the tools are but also how they limit what we can talk about. Podomatic here iTunes here

Episode 44 – Part 8 – Biased Language

In part 8, she discusses how the language Quality professionals use limits their ability to communicate clearly. Podomatic here iTunes here

Episode 45 – Part 9 – Biased Language

In part 9, she continues her discussion of how the language is already biased to exclude those who are not familiar with Quality. Podomatic here iTuneshere

Episode 46 – Part 10 – Redefining Quality

In Part 10, she discusses the need to redefine Quality so it can become the universal language it should be. Podomatic here iTunes here