Issue: 2017-05 May 2017 Founder’s Corner Briefing; A State of Readiness Joseph Paris It’s taken a long time-but the time has finally come. The release of my book, ” State of Readiness“, has arrived. My project officially started almost two and a half years ago. That was the day I formally sat down
Welcome to Episode 18 of the Outliers Inn podcast: Communication and Leadership. Topic: Join Antlerboy and JP as they speak with Phil Gerbyshak, an expert in communications. Listen to the lively discussions on the critical importance of efficient and effective communication that is necessary for being a successful leader. Listen to the importance of everyone knowing that
It’s taken a long time—but the time has finally come. The release of my book, “State of Readiness”, has arrived. My project officially started almost two and a half years ago. That was the day I formally sat down and decided to write a book. But it’s beginning can be traced to an article I
Welcome to Episode 17 of the Outliers Inn podcast: Corporate Superstition. Topic: Join Antlerboy and JP as they talk with Stephan Meyer where they discuss the topic of Corporate Superstition. Why are things done “this way” and not some other way in various corporations. What happens when the old ways are found to be incorrect? What are some ways
Welcome to Episode 16 of the Outliers Inn podcast: Agile development in the public service industry. Topic: Join Antlerboy and JP as they talk with Matt Barnaby where they discuss the application of agile development practices in the public service industry. Hosts: Joseph Paris & Benjamin Taylor Guests: Matt Barnaby Click here to listen now!
It’s been another week, much like the many other weeks for me. In addition to running a couple of companies, working on a few projects and pitching others, and the routine management and engagement of the Operational Excellence Group on LinkedIn; I had a few more conversations with the leadership of Continuous Improvement or Operational
Topic: Antlerboy and JP talk with Steven Stanton, the author of “Smart Work: Why Organizations Full of Intelligent People Do So Many Dumb Things and What You Can Do About It.” on a surprising theme: how continuous improvement can kill! Steve’s a pioneer of process innovation who has worked for more than thirty years on improving the capability
Sponsored By Issue: 2017-02 February 2017 Founder’s Corner Changing a Continuous Improvement Initiative into a Global Program Joseph F Paris Jr The “laws of nature” are absolute. When we discover a contradiction to a supposed law of nature, it is not nature that is wrong, but our understanding and definition. Once, it was believed that