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MARCH 2, 2011 Employee Engagement: A Story and a Few Resources
He continued, “See, when I do my job well and clean the operating rooms and other work areas, the doctors have a sanitary, safe place to do their jobs. People deliver their best work when they are fully engaged with the purpose of their work. They look at their work as a part of a larger whole – and not just a discrete component.
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NOVEMBER 20, 2011 Building an Adaptable Team: 6 Ideas
In military operations, lack of agility can have more serious and rapid consequences. Ability to deal with rapid changes and uncertainties on the field is as critical a skill for organizations/teams as it is for the military troops. In case of teams, individuals and organizations, the consequences may not be visible in a short term,
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MARCH 13, 2011 8 Pointers On Balancing Improvement and Efficiency
Understand People because effective change implementation is not possible without understanding how people operate. When leaders undertake process improvement/change initiative, they walk on a tight rope. On one hand, they have to improve the processes to deliver positive business outcomes. People (and culture) need time to change.
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JULY 18, 2010 Connecting, Building Relationships and Team Success
It is people who work, co-operate with each other, demonstrate trust, work as a team, share a common goal, exercise their ‘discretionary effort’ and make things happen. Success of projects/initiatives is generally attributed to processes and rituals. Processes are crucial but not sufficient. Have a GREAT week ahead! Don’t Kill It!
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QASPIRE BLOG Thoughts on Project Leadership and Choices
| SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2010
Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Thoughts on Project Leadership and Choices I love project management as a subject not only because it gets so much work done, but also because project management manifests how people operate
. have written before that Projects are a great opportunity to practice leadership. To teach. To learn. MORE >>
QASPIRE BLOG QAspire Blog: Practical Insights on Quality, Management.
| TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2010
Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Great Quotes: Gems from Subroto Bagchi on Leadership I have always enjoyed reading thoughts of Subroto Bagchi , one of India’s most well known and respected leaders from the IT industry who operates
as a “Gardener” and Vice Chairman at MindTree. Read the reviews here and here ). One of My Fav. MORE >>
QASPIRE BLOG 3 High-Value Tips for Leaders to Break Out of Comfort Zone
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2010
But structuring an area of work in form of processes, you are reducing dependencies and improving operational
efficiency. Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer 3 High-Value Tips for Leaders to Break Out of Comfort Zone Cozy environment and excellent facilities in your cabin/cubicle can make you feel super-comfortable. Be a catalyst. MORE >>
QASPIRE BLOG Lessons in Using Checklists for Managing Processes
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2010
Checklist standardize the operations
and serve as great reminder to get the most crucial activities done. Checklists are a great aid to our memories, because they document important points that we would have learned by doing things. Another way to define a checklist is that it is a list of possible indicators which helps us identify risks. MORE >>
QASPIRE BLOG Quality and Quantity – Compliance and Excellence
| FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2010
By Tanmay Vora , January 10, 2010 @ 11:25 am @Phaedrus - Process/Standard Compliance is important and neccessary for business - only if the underlying purpose is to operationally
get better. Numbers are exciting. But when you choose to go by numbers alone, the tradeoff can be huge. Numbers should map with a purpose, else they can mislead. MORE >>
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