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

Leadership Freak

A car that won’t start requires root cause analysis. But people development and culture building may not.

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Thriving Through Processes

Leadership Freak

Feedback Goals Leading Managing Taking others higher Teams Decisions Leadership Development Management Organizational Development root cause analysisOrganizations without processes never thrive. Effective and efficient processes create platforms that enable, enhance, and evaluate both individual and organizational performance. What’s your systematic process for achieving breakthroughs, living transparently, and solving problems, for example?

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Thriving Through Processes

Leadership Freak

Feedback Goals Leading Managing Taking others higher Teams Decisions Leadership Development Management Organizational Development root cause analysisOrganizations without processes never thrive. Effective and efficient processes create platforms that enable, enhance, and evaluate both individual and organizational performance. What’s your systematic process for achieving breakthroughs, living transparently, or solving problems?

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Embrace the Suck

Leading Blog

We can’t develop psychological resilience without experiencing emotional pain and suffering.” One simple but effective model Gleeson offers for this is the Five-Step Root Cause Analysis. The High-Level Cause is at they had to downsize, keeping only the top performers.

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Two Keys for Today’s Leaders

Lead Change Blog

Leaders, anxious to do something about it, began a root cause analysis and did surveys to clarify the extent of the problem and solicit solutions. Once leadership began to ask questions about where those kinds of relationships were occurring, the solutions began magically to appear. Leadership at this company used the two keys to resolve a complex and seemingly overwhelming problem. Leadership Communication Character-based Leadership Culture relationships

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10 Things I Learned from a Training Program That I Still Use Today

Great Leadership By Dan

?????. Kodak European Management Development Program. How to do a root cause analysis and a structured process for making decisions. Situational leadership (how to adjust your approach based on the developmental needs of your employees). leadership programs training training programs2000, Lausanne, Switzerland (can you find me?). ????? Having spent most of my career in corporate training, I’ve attended more training programs than the average bear.

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What if the Miracle Question Worked with Corporate Teams?

Mike Cardus

The team and I had spent 3 days working through root-cause analysis and struggling to determine what was causing a certain screw to vibrate lose during flight. The engineers had statistics, charts, specifications for all sorts of things…and I was there to facilitate the team through Innovation Models to develop a solution to this vibrating screw. You leave here and place your project planning and analysis results on your desk.

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Data Can Do for Change Management What It Did for Marketing

Harvard Business

Retailers combine data on demographics and weather to predict sales and develop merchandising plans. Housing market price changes can be more accurately predicted from analysis of Google searches than by a team of expert real estate forecasters. When a change practitioner talks about data, typically that is qualitative information, generated by a root cause analysis workshop or similar. Neasden Control Centre for HBR.

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Integrate Analytics Across Your Entire Business

Harvard Business Review

Develop a robust root cause analysis capability. Once CoE is created, the pod teams should perform root cause analyses to support the performance management process. The retailer example mentioned above used root cause analysis to answer the question around what factors contributed to an unsuccessful marketing promotion. They are not left alone to develop root cause analysis insights in a vacuum.

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Can GM Make it Safe for Employees to Speak Up?

Harvard Business Review

First, Maryann Keller, a former auto analyst, notes that, historically, GM hasn’t invested in root-cause analysis. The original response from GM was not to look for the root cause because that wasn’t part of the company’s thought process. ” But although changing a corporate culture is hard, it is not impossible with the right leadership.

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