I work with a lot of organisations who are implementing lean, or some version of it, as a way of improving processes and saving money. For
It’s a time of political, social and economic turmoil. For organisations to survive to the ever-changing mood they need to come up with new and different
Last week, I was a judge at the UK Employee Experience Awards where I got to meet the best of the best seeking to create an
Collaboration is an essential component of performance in today’s world.
I’ve just finished reading Tim Ferriss’ new book, ‘Tools of Titans’ and the one overarching takeaway was that consistency is king, queen and everything in between. Tim, himself, says, “It’s not what you know, it’s what you do consistently”.
Peters and Waterman identified eight attributes that excellent organisations typically have in common. Whilst reading through the attributes, it struck me that there was one underlying principle for all eight: Communication.