Corporate Superstition

The Outliers Inn – Episode 17 – Corporate Superstition

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

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Episode 2 – The Outliers Inn – Organizational Change: Past, Present, and Future

Welcome to Episode 2 of The Outliers Inn – Organizational Change: Past, Present, and Future Topic: Who changes the change? Are we in a radical new era of thinking about organisations, or is it plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose? Are we any better now at managing organisations – and managing change and transformation – than

Maintenance that Adds Value to Operational Excellence: “Implementation of TPM in 20 Steps for non-Japanese Manufacturers”

Total productive maintenance (TPM) originated in Japan in 1971 as a method for improved machine availability through better utilization of maintenance and production resources. Within years TPM evolved as a management approach and spread all over the world. T stands for Total, P stands for being Productive and M is representing Maintenance / Manufacturing / Management. TPM has

How Do You Drive Transformation in Your Organization?

Are you a Program Manager or a Project Manager? Probably a little bit of both… Program sounds bigger, and people with more experience even call themselves Program Directors as a way of showing how many more years of practice they have in the field. But, what is the difference, and does it matter? Yes, it