February 15, 2010 | Barb Carr

Learn How to Achieve Quality in Life and Work at the 2010 TapRooT® Summit

george-burkQuality Improvement can be applied to your personal life and your business. It’s sequential—inside out, not outside in. George Burk was critically burned and severely injured, the sole survivor of 14 passengers in a military plane crash. Learn how several of W. Edward Deming’s 14 Points for Quality Improvement assisted him in his recovery, rehabilitation and transformation from victim to survivor. Hear and learn how you can apply several of Deming’s points—to help you and help you assist others to achieve success in life and business.  Burk will be teaching, “Quality in Life and Work” at the 2010 TapRooT® Summit, October 27-29 in San Antonio, Texas.

George Burk (Scottsdale Arizona) is a nationally recognized motivational speaker, author and trainer.

In May 1970, he was the sole survivor of 14 passengers in a military plane crash. The crew was enroute to Spokane, Washington to conduct an operational analysis. Ascending through 3000’, the aircraft experienced rapid de-compression and massive structural failure, crashing in the hills near Schellville, California. He suffered severe burns and multiple internal injuries. Captain Burk spent 90 days in Intensive Care where he had two Near Death Experiences, and spent 18 months in the hospital. He was medically retired from the Air Force in 1971.  Learn more about Captain Burk on the Summit Website.

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