Is There a Framework for Creating Greater Autonomy?

How do people advance through the changing structure of a Lean or Agile Organization? Is There a Framework for Creating Greater Autonomy in the Workplace? In the Lean world, we use the processes of Training within Industry and the Toyota Kata to move from a strict hierarchal structure to more distributed culture. It reminds me Read More …

What is the Oxford Review?

The Oxford Review aim is to get the very latest, just published, peer-reviewed research to you in brief, understandable, practical, and useful way to digest briefings; no jargon, no overload. And make you the most impressively up-to-date person in the room. Find out more at https://www.oxford-review.com/ David Wilkinson is the Editor-in-Chief of the Oxford Review. Read More …

Can You Create Forgetfulness? Unlearning?

How do you forget something, so it is easier to learn something new? What are your views about forgetting? Unlearning? As a sales and marketing person, I am always trying to create an edge on how to introduce something new. I bet others think and struggle along that line or the sayings like “you can’t teach Read More …

Lessons from the Rescue of 77 Businesses

If there’s one shared trait among the companies Bob Bethel took over, it was their approach to accounting. Each one of them was using what Bob calls “taillight accounting” – looking backward to see how the business is doing financially. He does not blame them for using this method of accounting, as this approach is preferred by Read More …

Should You Be Increasing Your Marketing Research?

Should research become a larger part of the marketing budget? Should marketing research drive innovation or should innovation drive marketing? What happens in your company? Though most of us are past that idea of a silver bullet, the viral marketing campaign still exists in many minds. I am not saying they don’t happen but just Read More …