#KuToo: Time’s up for mandatory high heels at work

HR Digest

When Japanese writer and actress Yumi Ishikawa tweeted how much her feet hurt from a company dress code requiring her to wear 5cm to 7cm high heels at work, she sparked an online movement. Ishikawa struck a chord with working women in Japan who came forward, sharing photos of their bloodied and bruised feet on social media.

#KuToo: Time’s up for mandatory high heels at work

HR Digest

When Japanese writer and actress Yumi Ishikawa tweeted how much her feet hurt from a company dress code requiring her to wear 5cm to 7cm high heels at work, she sparked an online movement. Ishikawa struck a chord with working women in Japan who came forward, sharing photos of their bloodied and bruised feet on social media.

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Transforming a Management System – A Case Study From the Madison Wisconsin Police Department

Curious Cat

This post in an excerpt from The Quality Leadership Workbook for Police by Chief David Couper and Captain Sabine Lobitz ( buy via Amazon ). The New Quality Leadership Workbook for Police. Step 1: Educate and inform everyone in the organization about the vision, the goals, and Quality Leadership. Form another employee council to work through problems and barriers encountered during implementation of the transformation and Quality Leadership.

How We Revolutionized Our Emergency Department

Harvard Business Review

To foster a common sense of urgency, every member of our leadership team was provided a copy of John Kotter’s “ Our Iceberg is Melting.” During rapid-improvement events, teams mapped processes and designed Ishikawa diagrams to aid in identifying cause and effects of waste. Teams conducted dozens of tabletop and live walk through trials of new pathways and innovations. Follow the Leading Health Care Innovation insight center on Twitter @HBRhealth.