Change | Process improvement

Paralysis by Over Analysis

One of the most potent forces preventing successful implementation of change is over analysis. If there’s one thing that will stall implementation, if not kill it off completely, is paralysis by over analysis. I’ve seen it many times over the years and it’s not just a mistake made by process improvement novices. It’s also done…

Change | Leadership | Reflection

Make Cha, Cha, Cha’s an essential part of your daily productivity routine

Planning and preparing to be productive is a full-time job, let alone the time actually spent being productive. From the early morning review, to focussing on being ‘focussed’ and not flicking from one social media notification to the other, being productive is tiring. Being productive is rewarding (let’s face it you get loads done) and…

Change | Process improvement

Want your Process improvement project to succeed – Try this tip

  Have you have tried process improvement in the past and found it didn’t yield the required benefits? Did it become too difficult to manage? Were senior stakeholders wanting ‘more’, ‘quicker’? With an increasingly challenging economic horizon, the need for process improvement and remaining competitive is as great as ever. So, if you want your improvement project to…

Change

2017 Make it a year to remember

  “Our dreams do not have to be constrained by who we are today, All we have to do is believe there are friends out there who care to dream the way we do, Together as one we can carry the heaviest of burdens, Even with the smallest of hands”   Have a great 2017,…

Reflection

My pursuit of happiness in 2017

As 2016 comes to a close I’ve been thinking about 2017 and what lies ahead. Wanting to be proactive, I’ve decided to focus attention on my pursuit of happiness in 2017. Will my efforts bring money, fame, fortune? I hope so, though I seek something far more valuable and attainable for my efforts – happiness itself.

Reflection

Is your mind your worst enemy?

  Is your mind your worst enemy? How we choose to view the world is how we are seen by people around us. It’s also a reflection of how you see yourself. It’s when you take control of your mind and thoughts that you can vastly improve your outcomes in your job, career and life.