Monthly Archives: June 2014

Do You Dare To Disagree?

I see your point, but if I agree we will both be wrong… Have you ever been to a business meeting, to be faced with some difficult decision or subject matter, and found that people agreed with one another because … Continue reading

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When “Six” Is Not Enough

For the last decade we have been taken through the learning curve of various initiatives whose names begin with “six” – from Hats to Sigma, and its assorted Lean variants. Following Deming’s original work in the 1960s and 70s, organisations … Continue reading

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Pump Up Da Volume, or Change The Stuck Record?

If, as the politicians and newspapers would have us believe, we have emerged from the recession and that growth is finally back to give us good times again why is it that so many CEO’s I speak to, across all … Continue reading

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