24 06, 2014

The 5 Building Blocks of Culture


In most businesses today, everyone is familiar with the concept of “Culture” but very few people understand how a culture develops in an organization. While every company has a culture, very few organizations are proactively building a culture based on intention. You need building blocks of culture to enhance productivity in the workplace.  The [...]

The 5 Building Blocks of Culture2023-12-06T14:47:20+00:00
17 06, 2014

The Simplicity on the Far Side of Complexity


Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. is quoted as having said, "I would not give a fig for the simplicity this side of complexity, but I would give my life for the simplicity on the other side of complexity." This is a great quote that hints at a model and a goal that all inventors, product managers, developers, [...]

The Simplicity on the Far Side of Complexity2018-03-06T19:38:03+00:00
11 06, 2014

Time Management for People Who Don’t Have Time


Question: "Do you do Time Management?" Answer: "Time management doesn't work for me in my job. My job is too reactive to customer needs" Are you trying to manage your time with a calendar?  Try this instead... Over the past few weeks I have encountered a few people who have said that “Time Management” doesn’t [...]

Time Management for People Who Don’t Have Time2019-04-05T14:30:43+00:00
3 06, 2014

Why Two Task Lists Are Better Than One


List people.  If you're one, you probably know it. If you aren’t one, you probably know someone who is. What's a “list person”?  Quite simply, list people like to make lists!  They (or more accurately, we) like to make lists of activities that need to be done.  These lists can be on Post-it notes, they [...]

Why Two Task Lists Are Better Than One2019-01-10T18:57:13+00:00