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  • The Momentum of Integration - A Fully Interconnected Unit

    August 30th, 2021

    Integration within the Organization encourages your organization to be a fully-interconnected unit. Learn to bring everything together using Journey Management to move toward organizational success.

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  • Measuring Organizational Progress

    August 12th, 2021

    Are we making Progress? Using the Baldrige questionnaire ( Baldrige Website ) and survey results can provide volumes of information about how well your organization is progressing in its journey toward success. The following graphs were derived from the 2011 survey on the Baldrige Board of...

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  • See the Whole Organization on a Single Page

    August 9th, 2021

    Key Themes and Integration [i] Definitions and notes: KEY . Major or most important elements that are critical to achieving your intended outcome The Criteria (available for purchase, Baldrige Website ) refer to key challenges, plans, work processes, and measures – those most important to...

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  • Building Organizational Maturity

    July 29th, 2021

    Integration within the Organization allows you to judge your organization and build strength. Scoring Guidelines can be used to refine processes, make the most of measures, and strive for excellence.

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  • Capture your Organization’s True Character

    July 21st, 2021

    Integration within the Organization captures an organization’s true character. Discover your organization’s character by comparing it to an ideal organization, with merit and worth.

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  • Understanding Purpose is Pivotal to Success

    July 14th, 2021

    Purpose, begins with the End in Mind How do you define Success?  We know organizational success is based on many variables.  Why are some organizations more successful than others?  The answer is simple. Defining the organization’s “purpose” is pivotal to its success.  In recent years,...

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  • 3 Top Demands of CEOs

    February 22nd, 2021

    As we work with CEOs and Boards of Directors at many different companies, we are starting to see some changes in what Boards demand from their CEOs.  Some of the things we see are pretty standard (Corporate Strategy) but some of the things are less traditional in terms of what CEOs in the past...

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  • What To Consider When Hiring a Coach

    June 8th, 2020

    Who supports you?  What to consider when hiring a coach,

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  • Trust - The Underpinning of Anything Great

    April 20th, 2020

    Trust The Underpinning of Anything Great Crucial in good times and critical in challenging times, trust is the balm that reduces friction and allows for high performance…even in challenging times. If you’ve been part of any of our workshops, team meetings or executive coaching you have come...

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  • What's Up With You? It May Be Grief

    April 6th, 2020

    While originally born from work on the death of a loved one, what we have learned is this same cycle of emotions applies for any loss or change. Whether death, the loss of a job, the furloughing of colleagues, or the loss of access to a fitness facility, all bring about similar waves of emotion.

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  • Fundamentals of OE #7: Establish Clear Lines of Ownership & Accountability

    October 12th, 2018

    Summary: Ownership and accountability are critical to operational excellence, primarily to your ability to continuously improve A lack of accountability can set you into a spiral of continuous change, create redundant controls, add cost to your improvement efforts and hold back innovation To...

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  • Fundamentals of OE #4: Use a Process-Based Decision Making Framework

    October 12th, 2018

    Fundamentals of OE #4: Use a Process-Based Framework for Key Decisions Summary Your system should be made up of a set of processes necessary to manage the risks within scope A process-based system has less built-in complexity, can have embedded continuous improvement, and is easier to manage...

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  • Organizations Don't Perform Work, People Do

    September 5th, 2018

    Organization Don't Perform Work, People Do “The strength of the pack is the wolf. The strength of the wolf is the pack.” – Rudyard Kipling, Law of the Jungle Silo Busting On capital projects , strong leadership is required to unite the various functions, organizations, and companies around...

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  • Building Organizational Capability of Capital Project Leaders

    June 29th, 2018

    Given that strong, quality capital project leaders are a key determinant of successful capital project outcomes, and leadership is one of the more frequently cited risks to achieve these, the development of bench strength in project execution organizations requires a clear strategic path forward....

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