Quality Matters

Always when you compare quality and quantity, the quality always wins the race.

Advertisement

Let me give you an example for the same.

In a so very well-known epic storyline, there use to live a pottery mentor, what he did is, he divided his learners into a group of two. The task assigned to group A to give the QUALITY output as that would define there rank, calibre, status and grade and the B group was assigned to make the QUANTITY of products, they were measured in terms of the number of pieces, the more the number of pieces the higher the rank.

In the end ironically, the outcome was that the B group was able to produce more QUALITY pieces than group A.
All this because the more you make, the more you learn.

The correlation of quality and quantity is you get the mastery when you go on manufacturing more and more. Learning allows you to move from one level of understanding and competence to a higher level. Usually there are mistakes to make. Usually the more the learning, the more mistakes, and the more quality.

Quantity does not always leads to quality production, there must a learning element, a learning dimension in between to get the quality oriented product.

One thing that the pottery students had was enough of a vision of each piece so that they could establish structural tension. They had their target. The current reality was under their fingers and in their awareness. This was true for both the quality and quantity group. So we can conclude that structural tension is simply a prerequisite. Without it, it would be hard to throw a pot. But if the vision were to produce the highest quality imaginable, the final result would miss the mark. Higher levels of quality come from adequate experience over time.

There is a long-term view of the creative process, which includes experience over expanded periods of time and learning. And there is the short-term view, which tries to rely on inspiration, impulse, and improvisation. And while there is a place for short-term impulsive moments, you can’t build and sustain real mastery from that alone.

Mastery will come automatically with the time if the creative process of yours has got the learning dimension in it.

Advertisement
The following two tabs change content below.
-Digital Evangelist

Latest posts by Abhishek Shah (see all)

2 Comments
  1. CBD 4 weeks ago

    … [Trackback]

    […] There you can find 26279 additional Information to that Topic: bms.co.in/quality-matters/ […]

  2. 카지노사이트 2 weeks ago

    … [Trackback]

    […] Find More here to that Topic: bms.co.in/quality-matters/ […]

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

*

BMS.co.in is aimed at revolutionising Bachelors in Management Studies education, also known as BMS for students appearing for BMS exams across all states of India. We provide free study material, 100s of tutorials with worked examples, past papers, tips, tricks for BMS exams, we are creating a digital learning library.

Disclaimer: We are not affiliated with any university or government body in anyway.

©2020 BMS - Bachelor of Management Studies Community 

A Management Paradise Venture

Ask Us On WhatsApp
or

Log in with your credentials

or    

Forgot your details?

or

Create Account