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Create Your Own Dream Team: How to Win With the Hand You’re Dealt

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

Have you ever envisioned your dream team? Fantasized about having superpowered employees who always knock it out of the park when it comes to productivity, achieving goals and exceeding quotas? If so, you’re not alone. But in reality—those companies that have the coveted “dream teams” have learned one of the most important lessons when it comes to their organization and that is, there’s no place for “if onlys” in business.

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Why Employee Development and Cross Training Are a Necessary Investment

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

  Are your employees poised to succeed as a team? The only asset your company has that appreciates over time is your people. Companies that understand this fact are the most successful because they know the advantages of having knowledgeable, experienced, and highly-skilled team members and are willing to invest in their growth. The question [...]

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Multi-Function Process Map: The #1 Performance Improvement Tool

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

Arguably the most powerful tool in continuous performance improvement, the Multi-Function Process Map actually lets you see what’s working—and what’s not While it’s a new concept for many companies, the idea of creating a visual representation of organizational processes has been around for nearly a century. Once called the flow process chart (1921), the Multi-Function [...]

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What’s the Supervisor’s Role in High Performance Organizations?

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

Are your leaders giving their team what it needs to succeed? Today’s top corporations know that the value of their supervisors cannot be measured simply by their ability to “watch over” operations or staff members. There is a direct correlation between the performance of the team and how they are managed by their supervisor. That’s [...]

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Lean Isn’t Just for Manufacturing

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

  The idea may have originated in the manufacturing industry, but every organization can benefit from thinking lean. When I met with a hospital exec we’ll call Patty, she explained how her hospital was looking to install an expensive new phone system to help eliminate the long wait times patients, family members and customers were [...]

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5 Keys to Sustainable Performance Improvement

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

Too many companies struggle to achieve high levels of performance. Many more struggle to sustain them. While they set organizational goals or attempt to implement new processes or initiatives that improve their performance, the common result is a slew of incomplete projects, sinking morale and disappointing results. So what are they missing?

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Employee Engagement: The Key to Ownership and Accountability

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

Outstanding results require engaged employees. Engaged employees require a sense of ownership and accountability. Here’s how you can achieve them all. Organizations that engage their employees are getting more difficult to find! According to the Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace report, only 13% of employees worldwide are reportedly engaged in their work, which is [...]

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Managing Priorities: The #1 Characteristic of a High Performer

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

An employee’s ability to stay focused on tasks that matter is what differentiates their performance. Seventy-two percent of 516 employers surveyed use management assessments to help make executive promotion decisions—nearly twice the number who said they were doing so in a 2010 survey. Organizations who use employee assessments are looking for one thing: high performers. [...]

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Understanding Lean: Values and Principles

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog|

In the 1930s, demand for variety in the automotive industry was growing. While new systems were introduced to decrease the cost per step, throughput times became significantly longer. Then Kiichiro Toyoda, Shigeo Shingo and Taiichi Ohno of Toyota, building on the works of Edwards Deming and Joseph Juran, observed that a series of innovations might make it possible to provide continuity in process flow as well as a variety of products. Thus, the Toyota Production System was founded and the term lean management came to life.

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Engaged, Empowered Teams Achieve Their Goals

By |October 11th, 2016|Blog, Home_article|

Imagine if your employees were 100 percent engaged. Imagine a culture where the entire workforce used data to drive decisions.* Imagine if your workforce embraced a structured process that would sustain gains and foster continuous performance improvement.* Imagine achieving your goals. CFAN, a San Marcos, Texas-based partnership between GEA (General Electric Aviation) and SNECMA, was poised to [...]

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