Some of the process-related questions leaders ask during their interaction with front line workers include variations on “What is the standard?” and “What is the actual process?” and upon finding a gap “Why is there a gap?” and "What are you doing to close the gap?" These can be part
Claude Emond's insight:
3 «bad» excuses senior management uses for not consulting with their employees working in the «gemba» (the real place : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gemba ). Are you afraid of the gemba too? Maybe you should be more afraid of the consequences of not using the collective intelligence of your employees! Any comments?
“A leader…is like a shepherd. He stays behind the flock, letting the most nimble go out ahead, whereupon the others follow, not realizing that all along they are being directed from behind.” Nelson Mandela Leaders have traits that is in their genes. A trait refers to a specific characteristics that...
Still amazes me that only $ is the focus. $ is a result, not the Key! Performance come from humans!!!. so maybe we should manage humans. HAPPY HUMANS = HIGH PERFORMANCE = GREAT FINANCIAL RESULTS AND GROWTH. Don't you think? :)
"Your purpose in life, your north star, your passion, your bliss, your inner voice, your wisdom, your calling. What do you call it?" asks Dr. Sarah McKay, a neuroscientist, writer and speaker, who has found one of her life's greatest passions in writing an informative brain health blog. In this article, Dr. McKay highlights some of the positive health and wellness benefits of living a purposeful life. While the exact biological basis of the association of purpose in life with brain health is unknown, the scientific findings make clear that there is such an association. This piece urges us to spend some time pondering over our life's purpose.
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