Root Cause Analysis is Over-Rated – What to Do Instead

Leadership Freak

A car that won’t start requires root cause analysis. We spend too much time asking ‘why’ and not enough time exploring ‘what’ If your team… Continue reading → Decisions Leading Solutions courage problems challenges root cause analysis solving problems

Skill and talent analysis using NOISE

Mike Cardus

Skill and Talent NOISE Analysis. When I developed the NOISE analysis is was to present a solution-focused alternative to SWOT. NOISE analysis skill/talent development template. The post Skill and talent analysis using NOISE appeared first on mikecardus.com.

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PESTLE analysis tool

Rapid BI

The PEST or PESTLE analysis tool is one of many used to help managers identify their market positioning and strengths. This page is provided as a resource to help students and managers new to the model carry out a PESTLE analysis of theor own organistaion.

PESTLE analysis templates

Rapid BI

To complement our PESTLE analysis page and to make reading easier - this page contains free, ready to use PESTLE templates for you to use. The post PESTLE analysis templates appeared first on RapidBI. Created Articles SWOT Analysis example PESTLE PESTLE analysis template template

How ZoomInfo Enhances Your Database Management Strategy

Forward-thinking marketing organizations have continuously invested in a database strategy for enabling marketing processes. Download this ebook to learn how to maintain a strategy that includes refreshed information, database cleanses, and an accurate analysis at the same time.

Training Needs Analysis Template for Accounts or Auditing

Mike Morrison

Training Needs Analysis – Generic Skills for Audit Jobs The training needs analysis is used by any organization to determine areas of job performance in which an employee needs training. Management auditing template training needs analysis training needs analysis template

Training Needs Analysis Template for Commercial Sales Teams

Mike Morrison

Another Training needs analysis template from RapidBI - this time for sales teams. The post Training Needs Analysis Template for Commercial Sales Teams appeared first on RapidBI. Management identify sales needs LNA sales template training needs analysis

Training Needs Analysis Template for Front Office (FOH) Customer Care

Mike Morrison

Training Needs Analysis for Front Office Staff Customer Care. The 8th in our series of TNA templates for training needs analysis. The post Training Needs Analysis Template for Front Office (FOH) Customer Care appeared first on RapidBI.

What Is a Recruitment SWOT Analysis?

ExactHire

An old business standby, the SWOT Analysis , can be adapted to help you develop a recruitment strategy that uses your strengths to harness opportunities while reducing your vulnerability to those circumstances that make recruiting so challenging. SWOT Analysis in HR.

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Five Dysfunctions of a Team Character Analysis | The Rainmaker Group

Sales Wolf Blog

Trouble with Fran. People Teams

How to do a SWOT analysis

Rapid BI

How to do a SWOT analysis, this page provides people in business with ideas and structuires for completing a SWOT analysis. The post How to do a SWOT analysis appeared first on RapidBI. SWOT Analysis how to do a swot analysis SWOT analysis

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Pressure Points: How to Ensure Your B2B Pipeline Passes Inspection

This eBook highlights best practices for developing a pipeline management process that helps sales leaders and their team C.L.O.S.E (you’ll see what we mean in this eBook) more revenue through data-driven prospecting, stage analysis, and subsequent sales enablement.

Training Needs Analysis (TNA) – generic self assessed template

Mike Morrison

In this example individuals can complete a self analysis approach. The post Training Needs Analysis (TNA) – generic self assessed template appeared first on RapidBI. Management learning needs analysis LNA self assessed template training needs analysis

How SWOT Analysis Harms Leaders

Lead Change Blog

Take the most popular of them, the SWOT analysis, where you try to figure out the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats facing your business. Martha, the CEO of a Midwestern healthcare company for whom I started consulting in early 2016, showed me her SWOT analysis from mid-2015. The post How SWOT Analysis Harms Leaders appeared first on Lead Change.

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Sample template for Training Needs Analysis – Management & Leadership

Mike Morrison

A sample form for the collection and analysis of the training, learning and development needs of managers and leaders of all levels. The post Sample template for Training Needs Analysis – Management & Leadership appeared first on RapidBI.

5 common mistakes in doing a SWOT analysis

Rapid BI

The SWOT analysis is one of the most common diagnostic tools used in business. Why do so many people make these common 5 mistakes in SWOT analysis implementations? The post 5 common mistakes in doing a SWOT analysis appeared first on RapidBI.

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Breaking Free from Analysis Paralysis

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Try these three tips to overcome “analysis paralysis.” A big barrier to executing initiatives is analysis paralysis. Do you struggle to get things done because you overthink your work? ” Many times I’ve heard it said that perfect is the enemy of done.

Training Needs Analysis for HR Professionals – Sample Template

Mike Morrison

The seventh in our series of Training Needs Analysis templates is for our own part of the organization. The post Training Needs Analysis for HR Professionals – Sample Template appeared first on RapidBI.

Coaching Analysis to improve employee performance

Mike Cardus

Coaching Analysis. Coaching Analysis. If performance does not improve, use coaching analysis to understand why performance is unsatisfactory and act to eliminate what is influencing poor performance. Coaching Analysis.

Porter's Five Forces – Competitor Analysis (Michael Porter)

Rapid BI

Five forces analysis looks at five key areas mainly the threats of entry, buyers, suppliers, substitutes, and competitive rivalry. The post Porter's Five Forces – Competitor Analysis (Michael Porter) appeared first on RapidBI.

Force Field Analysis as a Teambuilding Exercise

Let's Grow Leaders

Force Field Analysis is a well-tested change management technique developed by Kurt Lewin in the 1950s. The post Force Field Analysis as a Teambuilding Exercise appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. When you’re trying to fix a team… there are always factors working for you… and against you. Secret force fields undermine your efforts. Make the hidden forces known. Make the force be with you.

What Is a Recruitment SWOT Analysis?

ExactHire

An old business standby, the SWOT Analysis , can be adapted to help you develop a recruitment strategy that uses your strengths to harness opportunities while reducing your vulnerability to those circumstances that make recruiting so challenging. SWOT Analysis in HR.

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The Guide to Market Analysis & How It Can Help Your Business Improve

Strategy Driven

Regardless of its size, your business needs market research and analysis. What Is Market Analysis? This is a much-simplified version of what market analysis encompasses, but it tells you exactly what you can expect from the hard work you put into it. Sources for market analysis.

Tree Cause Analysis!

Mills Scofield

What if we started doing Tree Cause Analysis ! Root Cause Analysis ( RCA ) – sounds like a blast doesn’t it? It takes time, self-reflection (personal and organizational), analysis and… it’s focused on the negative, what didn’t work, what didn’t go well. Makes you wonder if Root Cause Analysis isn’t an oxymoron." 3Q Leadership Analysis Culture Innovation Leadership Measurements Metrics Root Cause Analysis Strategy

Training Needs Analysis Template – Call Centre

Rapid BI

Do you need to complete a training needs analysis or training needs assessment for a call centre role? The post Training Needs Analysis Template – Call Centre appeared first on RapidBI.

AC_DC and Breakeven Analysis

CEO Insider

DC: Direct Costing or marginal costing or differential costing) and to perform breakeven analysis to the fullest extent. Breakeven analysis, under the assumption ‘production volume is equal to sales volume’, results in one […].

SWOT analysis

Rapid BI

Management SWOT Analysis analysis change diagnosis general Learning strategic Strategy SWOT tools Using SWOT as a strategic tool.

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8 Leading Areas for Change In Risk Management/Analysis In The Coming Years

Strategy Driven

To answer the latest challenges, risk analysis has to be active as well. It’s one of the most significant areas for change in risk analysis in the coming years. Market risk analysis slowly shifts toward a joint effort. Risk analysis is not an exception.

Using Financial Analysis to Diagnose Your Company’s Health

Women on Business

Finance business finance financial analysis financial ratiosWe've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] If you haven't already done so, update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. link].

Introduction to Using Microsoft Excel for Data Analysis

Women on Business

We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] If you haven't already done so, update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. link]. Women On Business Partners

The Value of Value Chain Analysis in Transforming Your Business

N2Growth Blog

I have a different take on value chain analysis. These models (and the analysis of them) are valuable for presenting new and different ways of thinking about the business. So, value chain analysis makes a nice centerpiece to your transformation effort. Like any good transformation effort, this style of analysis will make staff “think out of the box” and truly redefine itself – which is what transformation is really all about.

Leadership Thoughts/Analysis

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← The Intersection of Blog and Life – More About Motivation Challenge Yourself To Be More Effective → Leadership Thoughts/Analysis Posted on January 15, 2010 by Katy I read this post today and thought Scott really hit the nail on the head. Survive Your Promotion!

SWOT analysis for schools|education|colleges|universities

Rapid BI

A SWOT analysis is a tool that can provide prompts to the governors, management teachers and staff involved in the analysis of what is effective and less effective in the schools systems and procedures, in preparation for a plan of some form (that could include audits, assessments, quality checks etc.). The post SWOT analysis for schools|education|colleges|universities appeared first on RapidBI.

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SWOT analysis – What careers coaches won’t tell you

Rapid BI

The SWOT analysis can be a great career planning and development tool, but not in the way that many career coaches and educational tutors suggest. Since 2006 when I first started writing about the use of SWOT analysis, I have seen very little change in the way that SWOT is explained. The post SWOT analysis – What careers coaches won’t tell you appeared first on RapidBI.

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Before Training Needs Analysis (TNA) – Task analysis

Rapid BI

A task analysis can be a thankless & boring activity, however, can mean the difference between effective and ineffective training as parts of the TNA training needs analysis. The post Before Training Needs Analysis (TNA) – Task analysis appeared first on RapidBI. Management sample template task analysis template Training training needs analysis

DEEPLIST Analysis – marketing acronym

Rapid BI

DEEPLIST analysis – an alternative to the PESTLE analysis Is DEEPLIST better than PEST or PESTLE? The post DEEPLIST Analysis – marketing acronym appeared first on RapidBI. Management CSR DEEPLIST DEEPLIST analysis iPEST iPESTLE Marketing models+theories PESTLE remote environment strategic Strategy SWOT SWOT analysisor more of the same?

How Avoid Mistakes When Doing Analysis and Making Recommendations

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Three major mistakes people make when conducting analysis are succumbing to confirmation bias, analysis paralysis, and generating weak results.

Training Needs Analysis – for a Production Unit

Rapid BI

TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS For a Production Unit Introduction: Success of any business relies on the dedicated employees of the company. The post Training Needs Analysis – for a Production Unit appeared first on RapidBI.

NOISE Analysis, an alternative to SWOT. Strategic Planning

Mike Cardus

NOISE analysis is that format. NOISE Analysis. Working with companies and developing strategic plans everyone seems to feel that the default method is a SWOT analysis strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats. In the ‘ High Performance Team Building ’ class a smart friend Brian Pagkos shared an idea he had ‘SNOT Analysis’ strengths, needs , opportunities, threats. While drawing the NOISE analysis chart explain what would be useful information in each area.

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The Essential Guide to SWOT Analysis

CO2

The Essential Guide to SWOT Analysis is a comprehensive and interactive guide that introduces and then details. the fundamental aspects of SWOT analysis. information involving SWOT analysis online. Their final result provides an introductory, innovative approach to SWOT analysis, contemporary examples of SWOT in the real world, and easily downloadable SWOT templates to get your planning started right away. by Gary Cohen.

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PEST or PESTLE Analysis

Rapid BI

The PEST or PESTLE Analysis. Originally designed as a business environmental scan, the PEST or PESTLE analysis is an analysis of the external macro environment (big picture) in which a business operates. The post PEST or PESTLE Analysis appeared first on RapidBi. Management history of pestle PEST analysis PESTLE PESTLE analysis sample template

Strategic Planning: How to Conduct a SWOT Analysis

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

A useful tool you can use to assess the environment you’re competing in is called the SWOT analysis. As you build a SWOT analysis, you’ll want to have the team together and have people throw out their ideas.

Coachable Moment: The 20/80 Analysis

Next Level Blog

One of my favorite Coachable Moments from the chapter on picking up defining what to do and letting go of telling how to do it is one I call the 20/80 Analysis. Posted by Scott Eblin on October 18, 2010 in Books , Leadership , The Next Level | Permalink Technorati Tags : coaching , The Next Level TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Coachable Moment: The 20/80 Analysis : Comments These are some great questions!