How to Troubleshoot Underperformance: Identify Root Cause and Improve Lessons Learned

How to Troubleshoot Underperformance: Identify Root Cause and improve lessons learned. Turn lemons into lemonade.

Note: in last week’s post, I said I’d publish personal goals this week. I’m behind schedule on that, so this week I’m publishing this supplement to prior articles about building and motivating teams. When things aren’t going your way, or when team members are underperforming, take a look at the symptoms, then see if you […]

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Foundation of Great Results: Learning and Memory

continuous improvement

If you’re committed to great results via new results or outcomes (innovation), it becomes necessary to learn new techniques, then develop them into skills and habits. The foundation of this kind of self development is continuous improvement through applied learning and memory. The primary difficulty in learning new skills and habits is … we must overcome […]

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People: Assess your team. Knowledge is Power.

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Innovation is a team sport “With the right people, anything is possible.” – SIR RICHARD BRANSON Team: Definition “A number of persons associated in some joint action.” –Dictionary.com Team Participant Guide According to one model (there are many) used by practitioners and academics, there are 4 types of stakeholders in a change initiative. 1. Accountable Team […]

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Second Quarter 2018 Status Report

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Earlier this year I said I wanted to do 4 things this year. Here’s progress I made on each during the second quarter. 1. Reduce Allergy Symptoms And Medication Use Confirmation! Continuing reduced consumption of offensive foods (eggs, nuts, garlic), my allergy symptoms remain low. Eating them, I feel more congested. Revised Goal My new […]

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