How to Improve Company Culture in 4 Steps
When learning how to improve company culture, it begins with knowing how it differs from changing company culture. People tend to ignore... Read More
Why Problems Occur (Alert #6): Same over Unique
Posted on29 Aug 2013
Tagschange, creativity, organizational culture, efficiencies, emotions, event, improvement, motivation, problem solving, process, reinventing the wheel, rules, security, standardization, unique, Anatomy of an Event, Why Problems Occur Series, boredom, repetitive strain injury
Creativity is challenging especially with time pressures. Additionally, depending upon the work culture, motivation might be difficult. Heck, how many times do... Read More
Reinvent the Wheel & Prosper!
How many times have you heard, “Don’t reinvent the wheel”? Why is it then that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)... Read More
Knowledge is Power, Not!
Posted on02 Jul 2010
Tagsaction, cognition, improvement, inertia, knowledge, learn, motivation, power, Robert Heinlein, seminars, Starship Troopers, thinking process, use, emotional triggers
In Robert Heinlein’s science fiction book, Starship Troopers, the instructor, Mr. Dubois says, “One can lead a child to knowledge but one... Read More