Reading Time: 3 minutes As organizations across the globe struggle to keep populations healthy and businesses operational, a look at what combat pilots do to maintain high performance in crisis might offer helpful tools. Debriefing is Critical – Especially in Crisis It is not by chance that politicians and pundits are using the language of battle when describing their […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Efforts to curtail the spread of coronavirus have forced companies and teams to drastically change their work habits. Companies have instructed employees to work remotely, creating new challenges for managers to maintain efficiency. How can newly remote teams stay on track to deliver in these uncertain times? COVID-19 is Rapidly Changing the Reality of Work […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes This simple continuous improvement tool is what you need to grow while sustaining the culture that got you this far. What is debriefing and why is it important to your organization? We all know the importance of good planning to success – cue Benjamin Franklin’s “by failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail”. But […]
Reading Time: 6 minutes We’ve gathered the most effective tools your organization can use to implement improvement initiatives. While each has its advantages, no single one outweighs the power of an integrated continuous improvement platform. Why should you use continuous improvement? Continuous improvement initiatives aim to fine-tune processes with the goal of reducing waste. They can lead to competitive […]
Reading Time: 6 minutes A culture of continuous improvement helps companies do better But more importantly, it is a powerful culture that, if implemented well, will enable your organization.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A culture of continuous improvement helps companies do better. Shamaym’s model teaches organizations how to build it – just ask the managers.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Managing a startup is always complex with different periods of growth bringing unique sets of challenges and opportunities.
Reading Time: 4 minutes If you fire people for making mistakes, no one will ever admit to their mistakes. This is just a fact of life. Self-preservation is a powerful motivator.