The Deming Cycle is the four-step iterative technique for problem-solving and improving organizational processes. The Deming cycle is a continuous quality improvement model that comprises four key stages: Plan, Do, Study, and Act. Walter A. Shewhart, a prominent statistician, introduced a model consisting of Plan, Do, See – which can also be considered one of the most important early-stage process improvement perspectives – in the 1920s. The Deming Cycle is a simple but effective method for resolving new and recurring problems in any industry or process. Its iterative approach enables the project manager and his team to test solutions and evaluate results in an ongoing quality improvement cycle.