The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Tag: strategy

Connecting with intuition

When confronted with hard decisions, it can be easy to try to avoid making that

Thinking and acting

Frederick W. Taylor worked hard to understand the processes he was seeking to make more

Investigating errors

When performing a task, it seems normal to aim at achieving a specific result. However,

We are a team

It’s probably one of the worst approaches to teamwork: assuming and stating that the group

Foundations and processes

Many small organizations will not think much about establishing structures and processes. They assume that,

A sense of being attached

People’s relationship with results usually is a form of attachment. For some, reaching the result

Satisfaction and its opposite

According to the MacMillan dictionary the prefix “dis” is “used with some nouns, verbs, and

Resistance and engagement

When a leader encounters resistance to change, his first task will be to explore what

Looking good

It may seem to be the same thing, but it isn’t. Delivering something that one

Choosing why

It works all the time. When doing something, you are choosing why you are doing

Learning as a social process

Whenever people come together there is the possibility to learn from one another. Quite often