Most people understand integrity is crucial to forming lasting relationships with others. However, in business, this is a rare topic. This post will argue that a company’s integrity depends on its ability to keep its quality system (e.g. ISO 9001: 2008) up-to-date.
This is not about cooking. It’s about hiring. If something is difficult then you hire an expert, right? Not necessarily. You can often do with a lot less if you avoid making two common mistakes.
Effective delegation is a much overlooked leadership skill. If you can’t delegate then you can’t scale your time. Instead you will gradually become tied up in operations and not be able to develop the business. This post is about how to delegate effectively.
One of the basic qualities of a good leader is the willingness and ability to listen and to act decisively. You have to act before problems grow big or opportunities disappear. This is a lot easier when your process becomes social and collaborative.
Meetings and workshops are the norms for analyzing, identifying and deciding on improvement initiatives. While they have their strengths on a team level they show their limitations when we’re trying to improve cross-functional business processes.