No good deed goes unpunished. You might think you are doing something good, but is there a downstream effect negating your efforts?
When your process exposes underlying dysfunction, you can either change the process or deal with the dysfunction. Which will you choose?
“I am an amazing typist, I type 110 words per minute!”. When our identity is intertwined with our job skills, it becomes really hard when the need for skills changes. Companies lose a lot of money in this skill-change lag. How can we smooth this transition?
Businesses are addicted to “know-how” but seem to reject “know-why”. Without learning theory, it appears that companies lurch from one fad to the next.
As humans we are conditioned to use our experience as a lens to view and evaluate new things. How can we shift our lens to let new ideas in?
Companies love cost savings! It’s money right there on the table, let’s just take it! Today we look at the downside of cost savings. Hint: it’s not what you think
The conventional wisdom in business is “control and order creates harmony.” What is this core belief is dead wrong?
For years employees have had very little power over their work life. Agile is changing that. Teams can use their collective voice to change the workplace. But they need to seize the opportunity!
Transformational change boils down to mechanism and behavior. Where do you start?