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  • Student Led Change

    Presentation by Christine Simpson and Sarah Ambrus at the 2015 Deming in Education conference: Empowering Students to Lead Change. In discussing the use of the 5 why’s Sarah made an important point that people would benefit from remembering. Focus on what we can control. Sometimes you hav...

    Tags: education, respect for people, video, change, Deming in Education videos, quality tools

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  • Innovate with a Nudge?

    Behavioural nudges are clever policy tweaks often used by governments to influence the choices that people make. They are often found to be more effective and less costly than direct actions such as quotas, taxes or subsidies. Here are some simple examples... Original: http://innovationexcelle...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Book Review, Build Capability, Culture & Values, Leadership, Management, People & Skills, Psychology, Science, behavior, Behavioral Science, change, ideas42, Social Impact, Social Theory, sociology, success, Sunstein, Thaler

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  • How Behavioral Design Can Help De-Risk Innovation

    Everyone who works in innovation will regularly hear clients asking about how to “de-risk” innovation. In a world where consumers have more choice than ever before, how can we provide an increased sense of confidence about the solutions we deliver? While no solution is ever a sure thi...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Psychology, behavior, behavioral design, change, risk

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  • What is the Most Powerful Tool for Change Leaders? [Video]

    In his latest VisionaryTalk.com video, Seth Kahan speaks to self-transformation of ambitious change leaders.     Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2016/06/16/what-is-the-most-powerful-tool-for-change-leaders-video/ By: Seth KahanPosted: Jun...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, People & Skills, Uncategorized, Video, CEO, change, Leadership, Management, Organizational Change

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  • Diabolically Simple Questions

    As a leader, it’s more important to slash through the complexity and see things as they are. And for that, it’s more important to know how ask diabolically simple questions (DSQ). Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2016/06/21/diabolically-sim...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Build Capability, Leadership, People & Skills, Processes & Tools, Strategy, Uncategorized, change, Organizational Complexity, problem solving, Project management, Project Teams

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  • Stop the insanity and lead your team to embrace change. in the group Lean Leadership

    One of the phrases I get drawn to every time I struggle with accomplishing something is one coined by Albert Einstein:   Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.   It is a rather funny, but true way to quickly shed light on an incorrect m...

    Tags: best practices, change, continuous improvement, leadership

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  • Export anything to a friendly country except American management

    One of the reasons quotes by W. Edwards Deming are so popular is that he had an incredible understanding of the practice of management. Another reason they are popular is he had a sense of humor that was captured well in several popular quotes. This quote is included on the back of The Deming Ma...

    Tags: Dr. Deming, psychology, business, change, culture, important, management, quotes, transformation

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  • How Neglecting Innovation Impacts NPD, IPR and Growth

    There may be occasions when innovation isn’t appropriate, for example when a strategic decision is taking to deprioritise a business category. There’s nothing wrong with this, but a lack of innovation should be a conscious decision rather than one of neglect. Continue reading → ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Creativity, Culture & Values, Customers, Leadership, Management, R&D, Strategy, change, Innovation Management

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  • Organizing For Success: Design Does Matter

    Breaking Old Habits Organizing for success with Lean is a interesting proposition. The fact is, most organizational designs are poorly thought out and disappointedly implemented. Lean practices and tools lead us down the path of organization through process design vs. reorganization. Our focus t...

    Tags: Business, Leadership, Lean Manager, Lean Manufacturing, Operations Management, change, lean, lean six sigma, management, organizing, reorganization

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  • Lean Six Sigma: Are You Modeling Quality?

    Setting the Quality Standard Are you modeling quality in your profession? When we look at successful leaders, they are the ones who are consistently modeling the behavior they expect. You won’t find a task on their daily to-do list reminding them to model their behavior at all times. It is...

    Tags: Business, Customer Experience, Leadership, Six Sigma, change, commitment, focus, lean, quality, quality improvement, Steve Jobs

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