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  • How Organizations Can Improve Work-life Balance Right Now

    Work-life balance is defined by some as prioritizing between work (career and ambition) and lifestyle (health, pleasure, family and spiritual development). There is an immediate problem with this definition as it compartmentalizes people’s lives in a, frankly, unrealistic and unde...

    Tags: project management, Systems Thinking, systems view of the world, Theory of Constraints, ethics, Meetings, network of project, work-life balance

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  • Lean, Leadership & Ethics, Part 1

    By Pascal Dennis (bio)Been reflecting about each of these lately, and how they relate.But what’s Ethics got to do with anything? We’re in a proverbial knowledge economy. The market caps of, say, Google, Facebook and Apple, dwarf that of Toyota.Google, Facebook and Apple have comparat...

    Tags: Apple, Ethics, Facebook, Google, Leadership, lean, Sun Tzu, Toyota

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  • Innovation vs. Ethics: The road to hell is paved with good intentions

      Mary Shelley’s 1818 depiction of Victor Frankenstein and his abomination has become synonymous with the creation of monsters since, both literally and figuratively. Innovations often take on lives of their own, independent of their innovators’ wishes and intentions, and though ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, ai, Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, healthcare, IoT

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  • Soccer Ethics

    By Pascal Dennis (bio)A fish rots from the head – Sicilian proverbWhile Nelson Mandela was reading, reflecting and seeking to understand his Robben Island jailors (making lasting friends and supporters in the process), Jacob Zuma was playing soccer.You know the rest of the story. Mandela gr...

    Tags: Ethics, FIFA, Jacob Zuma, Nelson Mandela, Phil Mickelson, Sepp Blatter, Soccer

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