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The source for many of my posts over the years has been the local churches announcing their upcoming sermons for the Sunday services and this one is no different. Originally I thought about this in a different context but the events of the past week have changed my focus.
We are involved in an ever-changing world and these changes require that we change our focus and approaches in order to successfully deal with those changes. They require us to change our corporate…Continue
Posted on June 3, 2020 at 10:29am
We are in a new normal if you will and it began before the CoVid-19 shutdown. The role of the manager has changed to this new normal. The role of upper management has changed in this new normal
The efforts to bring quality improvement to your organization is a top down and bottom up effort. It means that management can not rule by edict. You want quality in your organization? Don't gain that state by saying here is quality now do it. You need to establish what quality means to your…Continue
Posted on May 30, 2020 at 9:12am
I am currently experiencing the thrills of having a 4 year old old grandson running around the house. This is an experience, which I have not had to deal with in over forty years since my sons were born. But the events of this past week make me stop and wonder what type of organizations or society are we leaving for him, as he grows older?
In working with clients I advocate that in order for continuous process improvement efforts to be successful, your organization needs to become one…Continue
Posted on May 29, 2020 at 9:53am
If you hire based on “just like me” you lose the diversity of ideas necessary to improve your organization. #TLSContinuum
Think about your last hire before this CoVid-19 crisis? How did you decide which candidate to hire? Research has shown that we tend to settle on those who most resemble us- in looks,, in thoughts and beliefs. But you do your organization a disservice…Continue
Posted on May 23, 2020 at 9:59am
The other day I was watching the news and there were a number of stories about the protests to the stay-at-home orders across the country. In listening to their views I clearly heard a real time example of the windows versus the mirror syndrome. I clearly heard people who cold not or did not want to see the bigger picture if you will. They were more willing to view the world from a mirror perspective. They were more than willing to view the world not as it is but as they saw it.…Continue
Posted on May 20, 2020 at 8:38am