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When considering your future state of a process let your mind look at all the possibilities

Hey I get it! In normal circumstances when we are confronted with a problem we rely on our past experiences to find solutions to those problems. In doing so you may very well be cheating your customers. Design thinking tells us to ask two initial questions: what is and what if? What is clearly loos at what problem is being presented to the organization. What is holding up the delivery of demands or the customer base? What are we doing that is causing the problem?The what if proposition opens…See More
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When beginning the process of introducing solutions involve the customer in the discussions.

When beginning the process of introducing solutions involve the customer in the discussions.Jack Welsh told us that “The best Six Sigma projects begin not inside the business but outside it, focused on answering the question - how can we make the customer more competitive? What is critical to the customer’s success? One thing we have discovered with certainty is that anything we do that makes the customer more successful inevitably results in financial return to us.”The voice of the customer…See More
Aug 31
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The Change Maestro's Management Tip - When offering solutions to improvement issues, think out of your comfort zone

As Daniel Kahneman suggests in his book Thinking Fast and Slow, the human mind tends to take the easiest path when trying to resolve issues and make a decision. This never more true when we are trying to solve process problems.When your organization is faced with these problems the tendency is to either claim that there is no problem or decide that this problem is similar to a previous problem and so you select the same resolution even if it is not a good match.Francesca Gino in the…See More
Aug 16
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In order to bring about true continuous process improvement you need to get out of your comfort zone and look at the real world.

In our book Reality, Perception and your Workplace Culture I discussed this point in detail. It becomes a case of looking at the world from the image in the mirror or looking at the world from what you see looking out the window.To bring about genuine process improvement you need to be able to see the world from the point of view of the customer. Your customer sees the world as having a problem and it directly effects how they interact with you. Your responsibility is to see the world as they…See More
Aug 8
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Work always flows horizontally not Vertically

Many organizations believe that the most effective way to run an organization is to construct the flow of information from the top down. This leads to an environment of silos. The problem is that silo is not the way the processes flow. They are constructed in a chain with each link of the chain feeding the next one.All processes begin with the creator of the component of the end product or service which when combined with other components result in the product or service which you deliver to…See More
Aug 1
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Try a new idea, let your mind expand the possibilities; begin your improvement effort by asking the question What If?

The goal of all teams is to resolve a problem. That goal is achieved when we learn to think out of the box. When we think about the eulogy at Robert Kennedy's funeral. He said, "some men see things as they are and say why. I dream things that never were and say why not."The successful cross-functional team needs to open itself to a diversity of ideas when searching for solutions. Thin out of the box and consider all the potential solutions not from the frame of mind what we have done in the…See More
Jul 25
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The Change Maestro Blog Post - From the Harvard Business Review

Overcome Your Fear of Making MistakesThe fear of making a mistake can be paralyzing in normal times, and it’s even worse when we’re living through a period of heightened uncertainty. But there are things you can do to get unstuck. Start by naming your thoughts and feelings. For example, if you work in retail right now, you might be worried about making mistakes around reopening. Try to pinpoint your specific concern. Maybe it’s something like: “I feel anxious about the safety of my customers…See More
Jul 23
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The Change Maestro's Management Tip - When choosing a project to be undertaken, choose those that are leaning toward alignment with the corporate goals and mission

Your organization is presented with a problem, large or small, that is threatening to disrupt your process flow and the needs of your customer so how do you select the route forward/First, after selecting the makeup of the cross-functional team members you need to review where you stand as an organization. Your empowered management has equipped you with a set of…See More
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Daniel T. Bloom's Blog

When considering your future state of a process let your mind look at all the possibilities

Hey I get it! In normal circumstances when we are confronted with a problem we rely on our 

past experiences to find solutions to those problems. I



n doing so you may very well be cheating your customers. Design thinking tells us to ask two initial questions:

what is and what if? What is clearly loos at what…
Continue

Posted on September 12, 2020 at 11:44am

When beginning the process of introducing solutions involve the customer in the discussions.

When beginning the process of introducing solutions involve the customer in the discussions.



Jack Welsh told us that “The best Six Sigma projects begin not inside the business but outside it, focused on answering

the question - how can we make the customer more competitive? What is…
Continue

Posted on August 31, 2020 at 9:30am

The Change Maestro's Management Tip - When offering solutions to improvement issues, think out of your comfort zone

As Daniel Kahneman suggests in his book Thinking Fast and Slow, the human mind tends to take the easiest path when trying to resolve issues and make a decision. This never more true when we are trying to solve process problems.

When your organization is faced with these problems the tendency is to either claim that there is no problem or decide that this problem is similar to a previous problem and so you select the same resolution even if it is not a good match.

Francesca Gino…

Continue

Posted on August 16, 2020 at 11:13am

In order to bring about true continuous process improvement you need to get out of your comfort zone and look at the real world.

In our book Reality, Perception and your Workplace Culture I discussed this point in detail. It becomes a case of looking at the world from the image in the mirror or looking at the world from what you see looking out the window.

To bring about genuine process improvement you need to be able to see the world from the point of view of the customer. Your customer sees the world as having a problem and it directly effects how they interact with…

Continue

Posted on August 8, 2020 at 10:27am

Work always flows horizontally not Vertically

Many organizations believe that the most effective way to run an organization is to construct the flow of information from the top down. This leads to an environment of silos. The problem is that silo is not the way the processes flow. They are constructed in a chain with each link of the chain feeding the next one.

All processes begin with the creator of the component of the end product or service which when combined with other components result in the product or service which you…

Continue

Posted on August 1, 2020 at 9:24am

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