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Wanted - Past Players of Dr. Deming - Red Bead Experiment
Date:2/24/2009

copy of the Red Bead Game kit.

The Red Bead Experiment is famous for creating that "ah-ha" reaction by the players as they begin to understand the finer points of Dr. Deming's theory.

As many of the early players of the RedBead game are starting to retire, it is important to document the reactions, feelings and lessons of past players so they may be shared with the next generation of willing workers. The lessons learned from the past may have a key role in retraining workers to take on new jobs, as the world recovers from the current economic crisis.

The use of current Internet social networking technology will be used to capture the feeling of these reactions and then to share best practices among past, current and future users of the RedBead Game.

The name red bead is a metaphor for the problems that are experienced every day in our life.

The world is a never-ending supply of problems. Get up in the morning and solve the problems of the day. Solve one problem and more problems appear. It is the way of the world. When the game is played, each player uses a special metal paddle to draw small red and white colored beads from a large bowl.

Each draw of the paddle gets 50 beads. Some are white and some are red. The white beads symbolize the good things that we experience each day as we do our work and the red beads symbolize the problems or bad things that we experience. As each player draws their paddle full of 50 beads each player receives a different mix of red and white beads.

There are many teaching examples as the game is played. One of the examples that the teacher makes is that our lives experience different things each day some good a
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