Success: Constant Independent Learning

Thomas O'Grady

For 35 years, Dr. O’Grady has been studying and winning in the game of breakthrough success. These insights as well as the underlying pieces to motivate and carry you through are contained inside. – from the Amazon book description of Dr. Thomas O’Grady’s new book, The Mechanics for Breakthrough Success: Continue reading Success: Constant Independent Learning

Prepare For The Coming Wave of Changes

Kevin Kelly books

By understanding and embracing these forces described in Kevin Kelley’s new book, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future, it will be easier for us to remain on top of the coming wave of changes and to arrange our day-to-day relationships with technology in ways Continue reading Prepare For The Coming Wave of Changes

The Outliers Inn – Customer Engagement

Outliers Inn

This week I had the opportunity to participate in a relatively new podcast, The Outliers Inn: “As they say, It’s a place where irreverence and self-deprecating humor is the order of the day.” On this week show, Episode 9, the guests Michelle Battle-Fisher and myself had a spirited conversation with Continue reading The Outliers Inn – Customer Engagement

Learning Kata in the Workplace

Tracy Defoe Podcast

The Learning Factor Inc. is a Vancouver-based organization dedicated to making business and labor smarter about learning through innovations in workplace education. Tracy Defoe does this is a variety of ways and one her favorites is the Toyota Kata. In her organization, Tracy plays the role of Chief Education Organizer.  Continue reading Learning Kata in the Workplace

Intersection of John Maxwell and Lean

McAllister

Debbie McAllister helps healthcare leaders through the heart and mind transformation of becoming a teacher so that they can develop their people into engaged problem solvers using the Plan Do Study Act (PDSA) cycle to eliminate patient harm. She uses the Lean foundation of respect for people, servant leadership, and Continue reading Intersection of John Maxwell and Lean