Organizational Change
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Contributor: Sudeshna Banerjee
Posted: 09/08/2017
Sudeshna Banerjee
“A good coach will make his players see what they can be rather than what they are!” The same principles apply to leadership coaching as well. We live in a state of constant flux. Our business models are constantly evolving; processes need to constantly adapt to changing customer and employee needs. Traditional business models have disappeared even Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cole
Posted: 09/05/2017
Jeff Cole
Ever been stuck in the situation where you’re lacking that one specific tool you need?    I have too many stories of trying to McGyver my way out of a repair by using butter knives as screwdrivers or trying to overcome the lack of a metric wrench.   Why, I once broke out of a Turkish prison using only some shoelaces and a match stick Full Content »
Contributor: Andrea Charles
Posted: 08/24/2017
The PEX Network surveyed over 800 process improvement and operational excellence professionals, as part of the largest global survey into the state of process excellence. In this exclusive report, we reveal the key trends highlighted by the “2017 biennial PEX Network state of the industry process excellence survey” and explore how organizations aro Full Content »
Contributor: Ivan Seselj
Posted: 08/17/2017
Ivan Seselj
The Process Bulldog is a lynchpin role at the heart of a healthy process culture . This role is the connection layer of your process governance structure - linking the vision of the leadership team with the creativity of the process owners and participants, the people who are involved in process challenges every day. Every organization needs one. Full Content »
Contributor: Rupert Hucker
Posted: 08/14/2017
Rupert Hucker
Picture the scene: you’re a senior leader in a large global company, you probably have numerous physical assets all over the world and tens of thousands of bright, ambitious, highly educated and rational employees. This month, Evolve Partners continues to share their view of the Journey to Organizational Change. The second and final installment foc Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cole
Posted: 08/03/2017
Jeff Cole
I’ve written this in the past but it bears repeating -- Magicians annoy me. Seriously. Because I will be up until 4 a.m. trying to reverse-engineer the impossible nonsense they did right before my eyes. And when I finally do figure out what they did, the gimmick or technique is often so obvious in retrospect that I am annoyed yet again. Full Content »
Contributor: Rupert Hucker
Posted: 08/01/2017
Rupert Hucker
Picture the scene: you’re a senior leader in a large global company, you probably have numerous physical assets all over the world and tens of thousands of bright, ambitious, highly educated and rational employees. Evolve Partners would like to introduce you to their concept of the journey to organizational change. This month, the first installment focuses on creating the emotional connection to the journey. Full Content »
Contributor: Oliver Slot
Posted: 07/27/2017
Oliver Slot
PEX Network’s has recently launched a new podcast series, featuring personal conversations about business with key industry leaders. 15 episodes are already live on the iTunes App & Google Play or available to listen on the PEX Network Website, the series is already making waves in the process excellence community. Full Content »
Contributor: Craig Reid
Posted: 07/17/2017
Craig Reid
Global process improvement expert Craig Reid summarizes the key issues, the “hot spots” that organizations face today and how they can start to focus their efforts to become truly customer- centric. There are a multitude of handbooks explaining methodologies, tools and techniques on how to implement process improvement – but this is a book about the why of business process improvement. This is an ebook to digest then hand to your boss and your boss’s boss. It’s a book to inspire, to fist pump the air and most importantly to start a process revolution in your organization. Full Content »
Contributor: John Norcross
Posted: 07/03/2017
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We share a simple coaching framework to enable leaders and change agents to more easily hold productive performance “TALKs” with team members. Full Content »
Contributor: William Botha
Posted: 06/30/2017
William Botha
Effective lean leadership is essential for creating a culture of continuous improvement. In this exclusive interview William Botha, Operational Excellence Principal Genentech, a member of the Roche Group, shares his insights on what it takes to be a successful lean leader, the importance of senior leadership commitment and utilizing demonstrated training to establish a culture of quality across the organization Full Content »
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