Agility is more complicated than simply being willing to shift gears all the time. Here’s what the most agile leaders do to execute and communicate changes without destroying team motivation and momentum.
David Allen says that when it comes to technology, executives need to be clear about what they want and need.
A look back at some of our best advice on managing teams and projects from 2016.
Leaders should consider these high-impact resolutions to take their team’s performance to the next level in 2017 and beyond.
Process changes may be confusing and even frightening to teams, but leaders can use persuasive techniques to break down those barriers.
It’s really easy to avoid making process changes in a company that feels like “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” After all, dedicating time and effort to making business changes can be expensive.
Today’s leaders need to be far more proactive and intentional about not only pursuing process improvement but making it a distinctive part of their leadership approach.
When undergoing process improvement, understanding your process from start to finish is the best way to prevent certain inevitable problems from occurring.
An industry-wide transition to replace manual processes with electronic, real-time transactions is reducing the cost of doing business in healthcare and meaningfully impacting efficiency, productivity, and data quality.
An interview with Brian McGuire, VP Operations at Starwood Hotels, on how to bring about sustainable business transformation and process improvement.