Monthly Archives: September 2013

57% more effort from your teams, for no more cost – how can that be

A report from the global management consulting firm, the Hay Group earlier this year revealed that businesses are being stunted by ‘depressed’ employee engagement. The study highlighted that a third of employees said they were performing optimally, claiming that barriers … Continue reading

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When process improvements fail to stick

“Lean – Six Sigma is 30% systems, 70% people.” 1. What percent of the improvements from your Lean-Six Sigma projects last beyond six weeks? 2. What percent of your Kaizen Events have to be “redone?” 3. Do your methodology metrics … Continue reading

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The Origins of the “Stakeholder” concept

The Origins of the “Stakeholder”

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The Invisible killer

The Invisible killer amongst us Are you adequately trained to manage constant change? It’s a simple question really, how much formal training have you ever received relating to the skill and expertise needed to be able to manage constant change? … Continue reading

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Just where has 2013 gone already?

It seems, talking to many people that we all feel the same – 2013 has just gone by in a blur. Now I know that the scientific fraternity tell us that time is linear, but with so many people thinking … Continue reading

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