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
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
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
XONITEK Chairman and Founder of the OpEx Society, Joseph Paris shares here his views on the relevance and importance of operational excellence as it relates to golf – as seen in the Spring 2016 edition of CLUBLINK Life. Download PDF Read the original article by Joseph Paris here: “Business Lessons Learned from Playing Golf“
There has been a lot written lately of the “Gig Economy” – the notion that, in the future of earning a living, there will no longer be jobs, just work. It’s an earnings environment where the supply and demand for skillsets are contracted between those that have a need and those who can fulfill that
Sponsored By Issue: 2016-12 December 2016 Founder’s Corner As we come to the end of another year, we find ourselves reflective of the year’s hard fought battles won and lost, of loves arrived and departed, and of successes and disappointments. With rebuilding spirit, we look with great anticipation to what lay before
Sponsored By Issue: 2016-11 November 2016 Founder’s Corner Fail fast, fail small, learn, and move on Joseph F Paris Jr Nobody likes to fail. Failing causes us embarrassment. Failing bruises our ego. Failing might be a dark spot on our performance assessments. All we have to do is reflect on our childhood for
Nobody likes to fail. Failing causes us embarrassment. Failing bruises our ego. Failing might be a dark spot on our performance assessments. All we have to do is reflect on our childhood for when we failed and how poorly we felt. Even if our parents did give us encouragement, we still felt bad about failing.