Previous posts addressed the importance of aligning value proposition and employee incentives. In a nutshell, if you tell employees to do X, but pay them to do Y, don’t be too surprised [...]
Image from “Moshidora” (2009), by Natsumi Iwasaki (English title “What if a high school baseball manager read Drucker’s Management”). Moshidora follows protagonist Minami Kawashima as she [...]
I don’t know about you, but after this crazy week of ignition issues, peanut butter perp walk, and emissions omissions, I’m about up to here with schadenfreude. It is time to [...]
Whether professionally or personally; whether of great or little importance; whether done poorly or well; and whether consciously or otherwise; we all negotiate all the time. Despite its [...]
Organizations can develop inertia for many reasons. In the same way, projects within an organization tend to develop increasing inertia as they move closer to completion. In the case of an [...]
It’s no secret, designing, implementing and training a large scale global compliance program is a massive undertaking. It requires commitment, focus, and resources. When the CEO and [...]
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Despite being a well-known issue, tolerance stack up remains a costly failure mode for many manufacturers. Alpha supplies gears made to a ± tolerance. Beta supplies a mating component for [...]