Is Your Organization a Meat Grinder or a Think Tank?

Posted by Matt Logsdon on September 19, 2017

We’ve all heard about “company culture”. I’ll summarize here. It is the collective beliefs, values and principles of an organization’s employees. Every company has a culture no matter the size or number of employees.

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Topics: Performance Management, business process

Procedures Give Us Academy Award Winning Moments

Posted by George Lowry on February 28, 2017

Getting it right the first time is hard. This past Sunday night of the Oscars turned into one very explosive moment. I write this from a place of empathy as I read through the last 48 hours of Oscar flub social media posts burning a hole in my mind about the importance of procedures and consistent [...]

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Topics: Business Solutions, business process, Procedures, EAM business intelligence

The Missing Ingredient to Change Management Success

Posted by Chris Wheeler on September 1, 2016

In my 10 short years participating in large complex enterprise IT transformations that have taken me to the far side of the globe and back, I’ve observed my fair share of success and failure. These projects in some cases span years, demanding significant human and capital investment.

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Topics: Performance Management, Enterprise Asset Management, Change Management, Process Compliance, Lean, BPO, BPM, erp, six sigma, business process, enterprise resource planning, eam

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